Danny Dietrich’s new Gary Kauffman Racing ride.
GETTYSBURG, Pa. – Danny Dietrich and Gary Kauffman Racing have unveiled a new look for their No. 48 sprint car for the start of the new season.
“We are always eager to unveil a new look. We like to keep things fresh while giving our fans something to be excited about. I think Ryan Taylor did a great job and I’m ready to see what it looks like on track,” said Dietrich. “I can’t thank Gary Kauffman enough for the opportunity to be a part of his program again in 2022. We have a lot of support…supporters who believe in us and believe in what we’re trying to do. We have the potential and the hunger to be competitive across the country. We are going to do everything we can to get this season off to a great start.”
Dietrich and the team will kick off the racing season with the All Star Circuit of Champions February 4-5 at Senoia Raceway in Georgia.
two day visit to Senoia Raceway in Senoia, Georgia, Friday and Saturday February 4-5.
The Peach State double will feature the All Star Circuit of Champions and will award a total winner’s share of $18,000.
Dietrich’s February schedule continues with the All Stars at Volusia Speedway Park February 8-9, followed by another Florida doubleheader at East Bay Raceway Park February 14-15.
Additionally, Dietrich plans to compete in the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series on February 10-12 for their portion of Volusia’s DIRTcar Nationals.
In addition to regularly scheduled programming in Central Pennsylvania, the Gettysburg, Pennsylvania native plans to participate in the All Star Circuit of Champions more than 30 times during his upcoming campaign, meddling in nearly 20 World Championships in the process. or Outlaws.
If all goes according to plan, Dietrich will compete in the entire Ohio Sprint Speedweek schedule, consisting of nine consecutive days of racing on June 10-18.
Other All Star headliners on Dietrich’s agenda include Port Royal’s $29,000 Weikert Memorial and $55,000 Tuscarora 50 win, as well as Lernerville Speedway’s $25,000 Silver Cup win, Sharon Speedway’s $12,000 Sharon Nationals win, and Lincoln Speedway’s $20,000 Dirt Classic to win.
The World of Outlaws blockbusters on Dietrich’s list include Lincoln Speedway’s Gettysburg Clash, Williams Grove Speedway’s Morgan Cup, Summer Nationals and National Open, Eldora Speedway’s $100,000 to win Historic Big One and $175,000 to win Kings Royal, and Port Royal Speedway’s Nittany Showdown.
Dietrich’s Pennsylvania season kicks off on February 26 with Lincoln Speedway’s annual Icebreaker.
“We’ve got about 99 percent of our schedule ready to go…a few dates here and there that we need to confirm, but everything else is good,” Dietrich noted. “We are ready to make the year run smoothly.”