After a successful first season as a primary sponsor of Ty Majeski in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, Road Ranger is continuing its relationship with the ThorSport Racing driver.
The company, which stands as the fourth-largest travel center chain in the United States, will adorn the No. 98 Ford F-150 in multiple NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series events, starting at Daytona.
“Entering our second year as Ty Majeski’s primary sponsor, we have a huge checklist of projects to tackle,” said Ryan Arnold, Vice President of Marketing for Road Ranger. “As our partnership with ThorSport continues to grow, so does the Road Ranger brand. While we continue to develop and nurture our brand, we are finding more and more ways to utilize our partnership with Ty to give back to the local communities we operate in, provide face-to-face fan interactions, and grow relationships with other NASCAR partners.”
Ty Majeski 2023 Road Ranger Primary Sponsorship Schedule
According to Road Ranger’s website, the company will return as the primary partner of Majeski’s entry in nine NASCAR Truck Series events in 2023.
- Daytona International Speedway (February 17)
- Circuit of the Americas (March 25)
- Texas Motor Speedway (April 1)
- Kansas Speedway (May 6)
- World Wide Technology Raceway (June 3)
- Richmond Raceway (July 29)
- Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park (August 11)
- Milwaukee Mile (August 27)
- Bristol Motor Speedway (September 14)
“Kicking off our partnership with Road Ranger in 2022 was a huge success,” said Majeski. “We won our first race together and raced for a Championship in Phoenix. I couldn’t be more thrilled to continue our relationship into 2023 and beyond. We have our goals set high on and off the track this season and we are ready to get to work at Daytona.”
“Like Road Ranger, Ty has a remarkably interesting story. He is a hardworking individual who cares about small things. When we visited ThorSport Racing, Ty was there working on his truck – engineering, designing, and perfecting. At Road Ranger, we have the same mindset. Every little detail matters. From convenience to customer service, we believe success is built on perfecting the small things,” says Ryan Arnold, Vice President of Marketing for Road Ranger.”
Last year, in his first full-time season with ThorSport Racing, Majeski picked up a pair of victories at Bristol and Homestead, as well as 10 top-five and 15 top-10 results in 23 starts, en-route to a fourth-place points finish.