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Ty Majeski Scores Truck Pole at Charlotte

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Ty Majeski has been off to a solid start in his first full-time Truck Series season for ThorSport Racing, and he continues it with his second pole of the year for tonight’s (May 27) Truck race at Charlotte Motor Speedway after posting a speed of 178.312 mph in qualifying.

Majeski has finished in the top 10 at all four 1.5-mile tracks this season, with a best finish of second at Kansas Speedway.

Starting alongside of Majeski on the front row is Zane Smith, who was fastest in practice and is two weeks removed from dominating the race at Kansas in which Majeski finished runner-up.

NASCAR Cup Series regulars Kyle Busch and Ross Chastain start third and fifth, respectively, while Carson Hocevar will roll off fourth.

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Tanner Gray qualified sixth for his best start of the season, while Chandler Smith qualified seventh and Ryan Preece qualified eighth.

Christian Eckes qualified ninth after finishing runner-up last weekend at Texas Motor Speedway, and Matt DiBenedetto qualified 10th, giving him his fourth top-10 start of the season.

Every driver completed a lap in qualifying with the exception of Hailie Deegan, who had to replace a wheel hub. With 35 entries, every driver qualified for the race.

Truck Series Qualifying at Charlotte Results

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Stephen Stumpf joined Frontstretch in September 2021. He is a staff writer and the Friday news writer. Stephen also pens the weekly “4 Burning Questions” column and contributes to “Friday Faceoff” and “2-Headed Monster.” A Texas native, Stephen started following NASCAR at age 9.

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