Matt Kurzejewski and Ansell-Menards Team Looking To Get Back On Track at Kentucky

Ken Schrader Racing

Concord, North Carolina (September 21, 2016)

Matt Kurzejewski
No. 52 Ansell-Menards Toyota
Kentucky Speedway – Crosley Brands 150 – September 23, 2016


Returning to The Blue Grass State:  
Matt Kurzejewski and his Ansell-Menards team will head into Kentucky this Friday with hopes of getting back on track after their 20th place finish last week at Chicago.

Kurzejewski, the 25-year-old Pennsylvania native has one previous start at Kentucky Speedway in which he finished in the top-10 in 2015.

This Week’s Toyota:  The No.52 Ansell-Menards team will unload a brand new chassis this weekend at Kentucky.  This chassis was utilized during the ARCA open test on Tuesday.

The team spent time on Tuesday working the bugs out of the new chassis and finding the speed necessary to compete for the win on Friday night.

This Week’s Schedule: On-track action will begin with a lone practice on Friday from 12:30 – 2 p.m. Menards Pole Qualifying Presented by Ansell will take place at 4:40 p.m.  The Crosley Brands 150 takes the green flag at 8 p.m. on Friday, September 23.

Follow Matt:  Be sure to follow Matt on all social media platforms. You can find him on facebook at facebook.com/MattKurzejewski, on twitter at @Kurzejewski and Instagram at @Kurzejewski.  You can also visit MattKurzejewski.com.

Watch: You can watch the Crosley Brands 150 LIVE on Fox Sports 2 at 8 p.m. est.

Matt Kurzejewski on the Crosley Brands 150:

“The new pavement at Kentucky is wicked,” stated Kurzejewski.  “It’s fast and if you get out of the groove slightly then you’re a half second slower.  I’m looking forward to Friday night’s race, our new Ansell-Menards Toyota handles great, we just need to find a little more speed and I have all the confidence in the world in this team to do that.”

“I want to take a minute to thank Bo Lemastus and Crosley Brands for sponsoring the event.  I’ve had the opportunity to get to know Bo a little earlier this year and he is an outstanding guy and we miss seeing him at the track every week.”