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Majeski Returns for Joe Shear Classic

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MADISON (WKOW) -

36 drivers from across the Midwest took part in the Joe Shear Classic kicking off the ARCA Midwest Tour at the Madison International Speedway on Sunday.

Last years winner Ty Majeski returned to the Classic in 2017.

Majeski will race in five ARCA events this year with Cunningham and two Xfinity races with NASCAR team Roush-Fenway. Majeski signed with Roush-Fenway as a development driver. 

"They are giving me a good opportunity and I'm excited for it." Said Majeski.

Majeski now lives in Concord, North Carolina, but the Seymour, Wisconsin native was happy to return back to his home state to race this weekend.

The Joe Shear Classic is the biggest race to open up the year in Wisconsin." Said Majeski. "The competition is good out here, it's always good to come back to the Midwest and come back to my roots where I started."

To view results from the Joe Shear Classic, click here.
 

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