PENNDEL, Pa. – With the Central Pennsylvania racing season less than a month away, Brett Michalski has unveiled his racing plans for the new year.
Michalski will kick off his 2020 schedule with the annual Icebreaker at Lincoln Speedway on Saturday, Feb. 22.
The Central Pennsylvania Pigeon Hills will be a regular destination for Michalski in 2020, as he aims for a high placement again in Lincoln’s season-ending championship standings.
Michalski will visit Lincoln Speedway during every event on their upcoming schedule, including a World of Outlaws invasion in May and a pair of All Star Circuit of Champions programs in August and September.
When not competing at Lincoln Speedway, Michalski and the No. 73b sprint car will visit other Central Pennsylvania staples, including Williams Grove Speedway, Port Royal Speedway, BAPS Motor Speedway, Grandview Speedway, and the nearby Bridgeport (N.J.) Speedway, located less than an hour from his home base in Penndel, Pa.
In addition to Michalski’s World of Outlaws start at Lincoln, known formally as the Gettysburg Clash, Michalski will join the Greatest Show On Dirt at Williams Grove Speedway during the annual Morgan Cup, Summer Nationals and National Open, as well as at Bridgeport Speedway and Port Royal Speedway, respectively.
Dubbed the Nittany Showdown, the Outlaw visit to Port Royal will feature a doubleheader on Oct. 9-10.
The two-day Tuscarora 50 at Port Royal, awarding a $53,000 top prize, will highlight all starts with Tony Stewart’s All Stars in 2020. The two-day showstopper will be headlined with a 50-lap A-main on Saturday, Sept. 12.
In addition, Michalski plans to find time to join the traveling All Stars during other marquee events such as Williams Grove Speedway’s Hinnershitz Memorial, Grandview Speedway’s Hodnett Cup, Williams Grove Speedway’s Jack Gunn Memorial and Lincoln Speedway’s $20,000-to-win Dirt Classic.
Michalski also intends to enter seven rounds of Pennsylvania Sprint Speedweek, including two rounds at Williams Grove, two rounds at Lincoln and one round at Grandview.
“We are really excited to get the new season underway. I couldn’t be happier with the schedule we put together,” said Michalski, who earned his maiden 410 sprint car victory at Lincoln Speedway last year. “There are a lot of people who make a schedule like this possible. Their hard work and dedication allows us to be able to live out our dream of racing with the Pennsylvania Posse on a regular basis.
“I’m going to do what I can to represent our partners at the highest level.”