RANSOMVILLE SPEEDWAY HONORS SEASON CHAMPIONS
|RANSOMVILLE, NEW YORK_Last Friday night,
Ransomville Speedway put the finishing touches to its 2016 season.
Nearly 200 people filled the Ransomville Fire Hall, drivers from the
weekly five division program received $30,000 point fund money and
hardware. The banquet completes the first season for the Atwal
family ownership of the facility.
Ryan Susice of Ransomville grabbed his second consecutive Krown
Undercoating of Ransomville 358 Modified championship. The points
battle went down to the final points night with Pete Bicknell of St.
Catharines, Ontario and Erick Rudolph of Ransomville, finishing
second and third. BIcknell is a fourteen time Ransomville Speedway
champion. Susice won three times in 2016 at Ransomville Speedway and
Bicknell would have had two victories. Rudolph won five times
including the Super DIRTcar 358 Modified Series event in May. Ryan
leads a list of successful stock car drivers that learned from the
Thursday night go-kart program.
Susice not only excelled in a 358 Modified at Ransomville Speedway.
He also nearly won in a Patriot Sprint car in June. Tommy Flannigan
of St. Catharines was fourth in points while Jeff McGinnis of
Ransomville was fifth. Kenny Wills of Ransomville, NIck Joy of
Lyndonville, NY Scott Kerwin would also also get plaques for taking
In the Investors Service Sportsman, Matt Farnham of Tonawanda, NY is
just twenty-one years old and completed his second season in the
class winning the division championship. Matt would win three
feature events in 2016, including the season ending King of the Hill
100. James Henry of Niagara Falls, NY was second in points while
Kevin Wills of Ransomville was third in points, winning two feature
events. Jesse Cotriss of Medina, NY was fourth in points winning
three times. Greg Martin of Wilson, NY was fifth with also getting
three wins. Chris Burek, Austin Susice, Brett Martin, Steve Lewis
and Derrick Borkenhagen was won awards for winning feature events.
Cotriss will be moving up the Krown Undercoating of Ransomville 358
Modifieds in 2017.
In the Ki-Po Chevrolet Street Stocks, Cory Sawyer of Niagara Falls,
NY, it was the second time that Sawyer had won a Ransomville
Speedway Street Stock championship. His first time was in 1996.
Sawyer had two victories on the season and several top five finishes
aiding his championship run. Finishing second in points was Billy
Bleich Jr of Port Robinson, ONT with six feature wins. MIke Short of
Tonawanda was third. Jaren Israel of Wilson was fourth with six
victories. Pat Dell of Niagara Falls, NY was fifth with two wins.
Kyle Wendt of Ransomville, Brandon Sherwood of Sanborn, NY and Ryan
Hoolihan also of Sanborn took home feature winners plaques.
Cole Susice of Ransomville won the Gippsters Collision Four Banger
championship with two feature wins. Chad Lederhouse, also of
Ransomville had three wins while Mike Kramarz of Niagara Falls, NY
finished third with a single victory. Pat O’Keefe of Youngstown, NY
was fourth in points getting one feature win. Anthony Guthrie of
Niagara Falls, NY was fifth in points with four feature wins.
Anthony Hermanson, Jose Torres and Chris Leone all took home feature
Justin McKay of North Tonawanda, NY moved into the Van Raine
Construction Novice Sportsman class after spending time in the
Gippsters Collision Four Banger class and responded with the
division championship. Justin would win three feature events, all
coming in the final four nights of the season. McKay and Andrew
Spurback of Niagara Falls, NY came into the final points night tied
at the top of the Van Raine Construction Novice Sportsman points.
Andrew would sell his race car in that final week, Spurback was
unable to find a ride. Despite this, Andrew was able to hang on for
second place in points getting three feature wins. Anthony Muscato
of Lockport, NY had two wins and finished third in points. Darrell
Borkenhagen of Sanborn was fourth with two wins. Garrison Krentz of
North Tonawanda was fifth in points. Receiving winners plaques was
Dustin Gorhan, AJ Custodi, Robbie Johnston, Chase Matteson, Chris
Miller and Brandon Williams.
There was several individual awards handed out.
DRIVER OF THE YEAR: Matt Farnham...The Investors Services Sportsman
Champion, King of the Hill winner and a Futures Feature winner at
Super DIRT Week. OWNER OF THE YEAR: Ray Coons, owner of the Kevin
Wills driven Investors Service Sportsman. Ray has been a key part of
the Ransomville Speedway pit area for several years. PAT SPINA
MECHANIC OF THE YEAR: Roy Susice has been a major part in the career
of his son Ryan as the second generation driver has won two straight
Krown Undercoating of Ransomville 358 Modified championships.
RAY MACIVER SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD: Pete Bicknell, made himself
available to a new track preparation group at Ransomville Speedway
after early season problems persisted after the new management team
put on a new track surface. Pete Bicknell, responsible for putting
the track in at Merrittville Speedway, has been part owner of that
facility for the past fourteen years. His additional duties also
include part owner of Bicknell Racing Parts, which include locations
in St. Catharines, Ontario and NIagara Falls, NY. Pete also has a
busy Friday/Saturday racing schedule.
BEST APPEARING-Krown Undercoating of Ransomville 358 Modifieds: Jeff
McGinnis, Nick Joy; Investors Service Company Sportsman: James
Henry, Jesse Cotriss; KI-Po Chevrolet Street Stocks: Chris Dziombra;
Gippsters Collision Four Bangers: MIke Pahl, Anthony Guthrie; VAN
RAINE CONSTRUCTION NOVICE SPORTSMAN: Robbie Johnston.
The Most Popular Driver was determined by a ballet process which
could be found in the weekly Laps Program. Jeff McGinnis was the
winner for the Krown Undercoating 358 Modifieds. Jesse Cotriss for
the Investors Service Company Sportsman; Joey Zimmerman for the Ki-Po
Chevrolet Street Stocks; For the Gippsters Collision Four Cylinders
it was Cole Susice and Robbie Johnston for the Van Raine
Construction Novice Sportsman.
ROOKIE OF THE YEAR-Krown Undercoating of Ransomville 358 Modifieds:
Phil Vigneri III; Investors Service Company Sportsman: Austin Susice;
KI-PO CHEVROLET STREET STOCKS: Ryan Hoolihan. MOST IMPROVED DRIVERS-Krown
Undercoating of Ransomville: Kenny Wills; Investors Service Company
Sportsman: Steve Lewis Jr; Ki-Po Chevrolet Street Stocks: Austin
Ransomville Speedway gave out two Performance Awards. The first went
to KI-Po Chevrolet Street Stock champion Cory Sawyer. Sawyer won a
championship in 1996 and waited twenty years to repeat that
performance. While he didn’t drive for several seasons, Sawyer could
be in the Ransomville Speedway pits lending a hand to those needing
it. Helping him get that second championship, Sawyer finished in top
five thirteen times. Erick Rudolph kept his run at the Ransomville
Speedway 358 Modified title going into the final night, despite
missing three nights to run a BRP Modified Series event or something
else, in which he won it’s championship. Erick was still able to
finish third in Ransomville Speedway points, helped by having no
finishes outside the top five and five victories.
With the change of management, The Key Player Award went to the
entire staff of Ransomville Speedway, annually the award would go to
one individual. The Atwal family and General Manager Tana Robinson
realized the current staff has went over and beyond what has been
asked of them.
Tana Robinson addressed the gathering following and thanked everyone
for it’s participation during the 2016 season.
A LOOK BACK
AT THE 2016
The biggest news of the 2016 season at Ransomville Speedway was the purchase of the racing facility made by the Atwal family, who became the third owner in the history of the speedway. The speedway saw numerous improvements this past season. Which included a brand new state of the art video board and a new lap counter. New Ransomville Speedway General Manager Tana Robinson was able to meet the additional demand for VIP seating with newly built VIP rooms. Ransomville Speedway also replaced the track surface for both the stock cars and go-karts. Keep your eye on the Ransomville Speedway website at www.ransomvillespeedway.com for more news on Ransomville speedway as Robinson is currently working on the 2017 season, including a very exciting schedule. The one thing she didn’t have to deal with on a regular basis in 2016 was weather issues. The rain interrupted the schedule just twice.
Hometown driver Ryan Susice took home his second consecutive Krown Undercoating of Ransomville 358 Modified championship grabbing two feature victories. Susice came up through the ranks at Ransomville Speedway, starting in the Thursday night go-kart program. He has also won a Street Stock title and a pair of championships in the Investor’s Service Company Sportsman division. The 2016 358 Modified chase went down to the final points night with Susice getting a fourth place finish while Pete Bicknell of St. Catherines, Ontario finishing second in the race and in the points. Kenny Wills of Ransomville and NIck Joy of Lyndonville, NY picked up their first career 358 Modified wins. In all, twenty-one different drivers picked up weekly track points.
Matt Farnham of Tonawanda, NY led the youth movement in the Investor’s Service Company Sportsman, by winning the division championship. Farnham won three feature events this season, including the season ending KIng of the Hill 100. James Henry of Niagara Falls, NY made a late season run at Farnham, finishing second in points. Like Susice, Farnham was a champion in the track’s go-kart program. Kevin Wills of Ransomville and Jesse Cotriss of Medina, NY were third and fourth in points respectively. Nine different drivers won features, including two other drivers in their first season in the class Austin Susice and Steve Lewis Jr. Nine different drivers won main events
Cory Sawyer of Niagara Falls, NY came back to weekly competition in 2016 and won the Ki-Po Chevrolet StreetStock championship. Sawyer also won a championship in 1996. Cory won two feature events this season while Billy Bleich Jr won six times and was the early season points leader. MIke Short of Tonawanda was third in points. Jaren Israel of Wilson, NY was fourth in points and also had six feature wins. The Street Stocks saw a growth in numbers from 2015 with seven different drivers getting feature wins and eighteen getting points.
Cole Susice of Ransomville won the Gippsters Collision Four Banger championship, winning two features and establishing a consistency of finishing in the top five. It was Cole’s second season in the Four Bangers. He is also a driver who came up through the go-kart ranks. Ransomville fireman Chad Lederhouse finished second in points with three wins, making a late season charge at Susice for the points. Mike Kramarz of Niagara Falls, NY finished third in points with a single feature victory. Twenty-five different drivers took the green flag this season and ten different winners in the field.
Second generation driver Justin McKay of North Tonawanda, NY, moved into the Van Raine Construction Novice Sportsman class after spending the 2015 season in the Gippsters Collision Four Banger class. Justin adjusted to his new surroundings very well winning the division championship. Justin won three times in 2016. Justin went into the final night of points tied with Andrew Spurback of Niagara Falls, NY, who sold his ride a few days before the final points night. Spurback still ended up second in points. Spurback also had three victories. Anthony Muscato of Lockport, NY was third in points with two wins and Darrell Borkenhagen of Sanborn, NY was fourth in points also with two wins. Garrison Krentz of Tonawanda was fifth in points. Ten different competitors were feature winners here as well.
The Van Raine Novice Sportsman class has been an excellent starting point for young drivers with several competitors moving up the ranks over the past two years.
If you’re still interested in going to the 2016 Ransomville Speedway banquet, you still have time to get your tickets. Call the speedway office at 716-791-3602 or call Tana at 716-514-6297. If you buy your tickets by November 4th tickets will be $40 after that they will be $45.
In the Ki-Po
NVESTORS SERVICE COMPANY, JERRY GRADL MOTORS, STRATE
WELDING, FINISH LINE DETAIL AND TIM PHILLIPS GARAGE JOIN
RANSOMVILLE SPEEDWAY TEAM IN 2016
RANSOMVILLE, NEW YORK_ Sponsors continue to come on
board at Ransomville Speedway for the 2016 season. Investors
Service Company, Jerry Gradl Motors, Strate Welding, Finish
Line Detail and Tim Phillips Garage are into the fold at the
popular half-mile DIRTcar sanctioned half-mile.
Investors Services Company is the official sponsor of the
Sportsman division and a major supporter of the King of the
Hill event weekend. Investors Service Company advertises
weekly with a trackside billboard as well. Look to
Investors Services for your home maintenance needs. They
also own and manage several apartments in the Niagara Falls
area. So if you’re looking for a place to live, give
Investors Service Company a call at 716-285-3000.
Check out it’s website at investorsservicecompany.com.
ISC owner Mike Greenawalt drove in the Ki-Po Chevrolet
Street Stock division for several years and is a big
supporter of Ransomville Speedway.
Jerry Gradl Motors is owned by Jerry Gradl Jr and asphalt
modified racing star Chuck Hossfeld. They have two great
locations to serve you at 711 Niagara Falls Boulevard in
North Tonawanda, NY and 6704 Transit Road in Williamsville,
NY. Give them a call in North Tonawanda at 716-743-400l or
in Williamsville at 716-428-3489
Do you need a used car, truck or SUV? Stop by Gradl Motors
and tell them you heard about them at Ransomville Speedway.
They have a trackside billboard for advertising purposes at
Ransomville Speedway. They have been open since 1958 and
have a Guaranteed Credit Approval process.
Strate Welding in Lockport, NY is new to Ransomville
Speedway in 2016 . Check out their grandstand billboard when
at the speedway. Whether it is a home project or an
aircraft carrier Strate Welding can provide the equipment
and supplies to do the job. From balloons to laser mixtures
a gas can be provided. For all of your welding needs give
them a call at 716-434-6193 or
visit them at 6776 North Canal Road in Lockport. For
immediate information and more loactions go to strateweldingsupply.com.
Finish Line Detail...if you need your vehicle detailed.
Support Mike Martin and Finish Line Detail. The official
detailer of the Ransomville Speedway pace car. They always
do an great job. For more information, see Mike Martin in
the pit area on race night or visit their facebook page.
Choose Tim Phillips Garage on Grand Island for your
automotive repair needs. Tim Phllips Garage is the proud
sponsor of the Senior Lites Go-Kart division. Tim Phillips
Garage is located at 2939 Baseline Road. For affordable
repair costs on all aspects of your vehicle. For more
information go to timphillipsgarage,com or call them at 716-773-3009.
Ransomville Speedway is currently looking for division
sponsors for it’s Thursday night go-kart program.
SPONSORS CONTINUE TO COME INTO RANSOMVILLE SPEEDWAY WITH THE
2016 SEASON UNDERWAY. SNYDER INDUSTRIES, STEDMAN NURSERY,
UNITED MATERIALS, DIG SAFELY NEW YORK, JUST SIGNS AND
DESIGNS, TELCO CONSTRUCTION AND Z&M AG ARE ON BOARD
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With the 2016 season underway,
Ransomville Speedway continues to announce additional
sponsors for the season.
Snyder Industries located in Tonawanda, NY is familiar to
Ransomville Speedway. They will be in the track’s VIP Towers
several times. The president of Snyder Industries is former
Ransomville Speedway and DIRT Modified champion Charlie
Rudolph and father of Erick Rudolph.
Snyder Industries has an arsenal of machining equipment
using the latest technology in multi-tasking machining
centers, milling, turning, gear shaping and heat treating
with the highest quality control standards. For more
information on Snyder Industries go to its website a tsnyderindustries.com or
phone them at 716-694-1240.
Stedman Nursery is located in Newfane, NY. They are Western
New York's only landscape company that grows their own plant
material, saving you money by cutting out the middleman.
Stedman's award winning landscape design specialists can
help you add beauty and value to your home for years to
come. Give them call at 716-778-8540.
United Materials has batch offices located in Sanborn,
Orchard Park and Lancaster. It’s corporate offices are
located in North Tonawanda, NY. United Materials has
provided the Big R with the many concrete barriers seen
through-out the speedway. From the track wall to the
landscaping in the parking lot – these are all compliments
of United Concrete. Contact them at 716-213-5832.
Its website is unitedmaterialsLLC.com.
Dig Safely New York is headquartered in East Syracuse, NY.
Dig Safely New York, is your one-call center serving as a
link between you and the underground utility operators. The
mission of Dig Safely New York is to prevent damages to
underground facilities and protect the public through
education and quality communication with excavators,
underground facility operators, and designers in an
efficient, courteous, and cost-effective manner, while
complying with governing regulations. Call them at toll free
at 811 or 1-800-962-7962 or
visit their website at digsfelyny.com.
Just Signs and Designs located in Ransomville. For all your
vinyl needs - call Just Signs and Designs at 716-807-9536.
Just Signs and Designs are responsible for most of the
billboards seen at Ransomville. See owner Dave Just and his
son Scott at the two 360 Patriot Sprint shows this season at
Ransomville Speedway. Just Signs and Designs recently
designed the Ransomville Speedway pace car.
Telco Construction is located in East Aurora, NY. For all of
your construction needs, give them call at 716-805-1520.
Telco Construction provides a wide array of preconstruction
services that are essential to ensuring the success of a
project. We work closely with all involved parties to ensure
that our clients enter the construction phase of a project
with confidence. Our pre-construction services include:
Developing cost proposals, Scheduling, Subcontractor
procurement, Procuring testing agency services, preparing
project phasing plans and providing detailed cost analysis.
Check out their website telcoconstruction.com.
Z&M Ag is new to Ransomville Speedway in 2016 and is
advertising weekly with a grandstand billboard. They have
several locations in the Western New York region and into
Edinboro, PA. The closest located to Ransomville Speedway is
in Oakfield, NY. They offer a wide range of John Deere
tractors, lawn & garden equipment, farm equipment, light
industrial equipment and John Deere Toy Tractors and
merchandise. Check out their website at zahnandmatson.com.
With the regular season already started, don’t forget about
Memorial Day Monday, May 30th when
the Super DIRT car 358 Modified Series returns to
Ransomville Speedway. Watch all of the Ransomville Speedway
regulars take on the series invaders.
RANSOMVILLE SPEEDWAY DRIVER PROFILE
season saw history made with Ryan Susice winning the 358
Modified championship. Susice was the youngest driver to
ever win a Ransomville Speedway Modified championship, at 24
years of age. Ryan is the one of two drivers to win a
championship at Ransomville Speedway in three different
divisions. Along with the 358 Modifieds, he’s won titles in
the Sportsman and the Street Stocks. Ryan won the
championship last year in a tough late season battle with
Danny Johnson and Pete Bicknell, Ryan took one feature
victory and was consistent in his finishes which helped in
his path to the championship.
A second generation driver, his dad, Roy competed at
Ransomville Speedway in the 1980’s. Like many of the young
drivers at Ransomville Speedway, Ryan got his start in
the Thursday night go-kart program.
Ryan already has two nights in the books this season with
starts at Merrittville Speedway in Rob Clark’s new Bicknell
“This year we’re going to concentrate on the wins and let
the points take care of themselves,” says Ryan.
Ryan will have to take on a great Ransomville Speedway
Krown Undercoating 358 Modified field, once again. Ryan
will also drive a 360 Sprint car when the Patriot Sprints
come into Ransomville Speedway twice in 2016. Ryan will also
drive several Southern Ontario Sprint events in Canada. He
may see more work with the Rob Clark 358 Modified at
Merrittville Speedway when his schedule allows.
Ryan admits to having the pressure off.
“The last three weeks in 2015 were stressful, I was glad
when it was finally over,” said Susice, as he recollected
his championship season.
Last season, Ryan also won in a big block Modified race at
Sharon (OH) Speedway last season and at Rolling Wheels
Raceway Park two years ago.
Ryan had a busy off-season driving a Three-Quarter Midget a
the three race series which was promoted by Lenny Sammons of
AARN. Those took place in Atlantic City, NJ, Trenton, NJ
and Allentown, PA.
Sponsoring The Ryan Susice Race Team is Asset Consulting
Experts, Subway, Tim Phillips Garage, RPM Property
Management, Investors Service Company and Philpac.
The crew is Roy, Ricky, Mike, John, and Scott. Ryan sends
out a special thanks to his mom Judy and his fiancé Becky.
The AFL/CIO NIAGARA/ORLEANS CENTRAL LABOR COUNCIL, BLUE
CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF WNY, RANSOMVILLE SPEEDWAY & THE UNITED
WAY OF GREATER NIAGARA TEAM UP ONCE AGAIN!
For the eighth consecutive year, the AFL/CIO Niagara/Orleans
Central Labor Council will be working with Ransomville
Speedway to present “Labor’s Night at the Races”. The event
is one of the major fundraisers hosted by the AFL/CIO
Niagara Orleans Central Labor Council to benefit the United
Way of Greater Niagara. This year’s event is scheduled for
Friday, June 10th, 2016, with a rain date scheduled for
Friday, June 17th, 2016.
The AFL/CIO Niagara Orleans Central Labor Council and their
affiliated union locals along with the United Way of Greater
Niagara have had a great time at the half mile oval track
for the past seven years, offering a great program to their
members and families. This event has sparked a lot of
interest and will certainly do the same when it comes
together in June.
This is an awesome event” commented PR and Marketing
Director Tana Robinson. We are honored that the AFL/CIO
Niagara Orleans Central Labor Council has chosen Ransomville
Speedway to hold this fundraiser for the United Way of
Greater Niagara. The Labor Council does a fantastic job
organizing this event. It’s great to work with fine people
at the Labor Council and the United Way. Both Bill Jakobi
and Jim Briggs have been instrumental in laying the ground
work for this event. In the past seven years they have
raised over $66,000, thanks to the continuous support we get
from Ransomville Speedway, Blue Cross Blue Shield of WNY,
Maxwell & Murphy Attorneys at Law, M&T Bank, Lewis & Lewis
P.C. the Niagara Orleans Central Labor Council and all their
Union Affiliates. This support goes a long way to help those
in our community that need help through the programs that
the United Way invests in that focus on education, health
Tickets for the 8th Annual “Labor’s Night at the Races” are
now on sale. Tickets can be purchased at the United Way of
Greater Niagara’s office, 6420 Inducon Drive W, Suite B2,
Sanborn NY 14132, call Bill Jakobi at (716) 731-4580 or
order on website www.laborsrace.com. Also tickets can be
purchased at the Novelty Booth at Ransomville Speedway.
Tickets are $15.00 per ticket & children under 12 $7.00.
Tickets Include Admission to the races, tent party where
food & beverages will be served from 6pm to 7:15pm, cars on
display and autograph signing, racing begins at 7:15pm.
PATTI’S CUT ABOVE,
VIOLA, CUMMINGS &
LINDSAY, ATWAL EYE CARE,
STUART SPORTS, NIAGARA
LAWN& GARDEN EQUIPMENT
AND THE LIONS CLUB
LATEST SPONSORS TO MOVE
INTO RANSOMVILLE SPEEDWAY
FOR THE 2016 SEASON
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Support continues to
come into Ransomville
Speedway for the 2016
season. With more to be
announced soon. The
regular season will
begin next Friday night,
May 6th with a five
division program. Warm
ups will begin at 6:45
pm with the first heat
race slated to go off at
Located in downtown
Ransomville, Patti’s Cut
Above is the choice of
several members of our
racing family. Patti and
her staff are known for
haircuts. Going out for
a night on the town or
expecting that first
feature win photo. Go to
Patti’s Cut Above. Check
out Patti’s ad in the
weekly Ransomville Laps
Viola, Cummings &
Lindsay is the largest
personal injury Attorney
firm in Niagara County.
With over 150 years of
experience and offices
throughout Western New
York. Phone them at
716-285-9555 if you need
a personal lawyer.
Viola, Cummings &
Lindsay has a trackside
billboard at Ransomville
Speedway to help market
it‘s law firm and also
sponsors two promotional
announcements as a means
of reaching out to our
brand loyal group of
Atwal Eye Care will be a
company night sponsor on
Friday, September 2nd.
Atwal Eye Care has been
part of the WNY
Community for 30 years
and is a complete eye
care provider offering a
full range of eye care
routine eye exams, and
medical/ surgical eye
care. The Atwal family
during the past
off-season. For general
information on Atwal Eye
Care please call them
at716-896-8831 or go on
line at Atwaleye.com.
Stuart Sports is located
at 486 Centre Street in
Lewiston, NY. Stuart
Sports was founded in
1983 by Curtis Stuart
who, has over 30 years
experience in the screen
printing and embroidery
industry. Customers can
choose from their vast
library of stock designs
or have them create a
custom logo for your
business, club, school,
etc. Check out their
call them at
Niagara Lawn & Garden
Equipment is located in
Niagara Falls, NY at
4835 Saunders Settlement
Road near Military Road.
Niagara Lawn & Garden
Equipment will be your
full service lawn and
business. From sales to
service they can take
care of all of your
needs for a beautiful
lawn, so stop off at
Niagara Lawn & Garden
Equipment. They are a
Cub Cadet Genuine Parts
Dealer. For the best in
customer service visit
them or go it’s website
or call them at
Lawn & Garden Equipment
uses weekly Ransomville
with a billboard and a
Ransomville Laps program
The Lions Club of New
York, is a domestic
corporation, was formed
on Jun 15, 1987. The
Lions Club hosts a night
at the Ransomville
Speedway to raise money
for seeing impaired. For
more information on the
Ransomville Lions Club,
please call go to it’s
RANSOMVILLE SPEEDWAY SET
FOR THE SEASON OPENER
COMING INTO THE SPEEDWAY
FOR THE 2016 SEASON
NEW MANAGEMENT SET TO
WELCOME FANS ON OPENING
DAY; ADDITIONAL SPONSORS
CONTINUING TO COME IN
TIM HORTONS, RELCO TRUCKING, VP RACING FUEL, NATIONAL
MAINTENANCE CONTRACTING CORPORATION AND SCOTT JOY TRUCKING
TO USE RANSOMVILLE SPEEDWAY FOR MARKETING IT’S PRODUCTS
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Some of the region’s best businesses have continued to chose
Ransomville Speedway to continue marketing their products.
Tim Hortons is the choice for race fans when it comes to
that favorite hot beverage. Bob Burns owns several Tim
Hortons in the Western New York area. Their locations are in
the Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center, USA Fashion
Outlets food court, the corner of Pine Avenue and Hyde Park,
Military Road near K-Mart, 8500 Niagara Falls Blvd and their
newest location is located in the CVS Plaza in Sanborn, NY.
Bob and Tim Hortons have been a part of the Ransomville
Speedway family for several years. Don’t forget to visit Tim
Hortons to start off your day and on the way home from work
or before a night at Ransomville Speedway and on your way
home after a successful night at the track. Tim Hortons is
also a sponsor for Krown Undercoating 358 Modified driver
Relco Trucking is located in Lockport, NY and have rented
VIP suites for the last two Hangover 150 events. This summer
they will be expanding its’ sponsorship to a company night
at Ransomville Speedway. Relco Trucking has been providing
premier transportation and logistics services throughout the
United.States. Canada, and Mexico, for better 40 years.
Ransomville Speedway would like to thank Tom Lewis and Relco
Trucking for all of its support. Call Relco Trucking for
more information at 716-434-8100 or go to its website
VP Racing fuels is the official fuel of Ransomville Speedway
and DIRTcar. Through sponsorship and promotional products,
and hands on customer service, VP Racing Fuel is the chosen
fuel! They produce different fuels for different
applications thus catering to each individual division’s
needs to maximize power. The key to getting the best racing
gasoline is not necessarily buying the fuel with the highest
octane, but getting one that is best suited for your racing
engine. For the fifth consecutive year – VP Racing Fuels
along with Ransomville Speedway will present the fast timer
in the Krown Undercoating Modifieds and Investors Services
Sportsman will a full drum of VP Fuel at the annual test,
tune, and time. Additionally VP Small Engine Fuels is the
official sponsor of the 59th season opener.
National Maintenance Contracting Corporation is owned by Sam
Lehr , a huge race fan. Sam also co-owns the Krown
Undercoating 358 Modified entry of Scott Kerwin. He has been
involved at the sponsorship level for over ten years at
Ransomville Speedway. National Maintenance Contracting
Corporation provides a single source for your industrial
needs - from welding & fabrication, to industrial
maintenance, to complete general contracting services.
Customer satisfaction is their number one priority. Give Sam
a call at 716-285-1583 or go its website nmccnational.com.
Scott Joy Trucking owns the Nick Joy driven Krown
Undercoating of Ransomville 358 Modified. In addition to
entering a car for weekly competition, Scott Joy Trucking
will also host a company night for its’ consecutive third
year. Always presenting one of the sharpest looking cars in
the pit area – be sure to stop by and say hello to the very
friendly team and driver. Located in Lyndonville, NY, give
Scott Joy Trucking a call 585-765-9324.
The 59th season opener is set for Friday, May 6th.
TOO AND POLE
POSITION RACEWAY ON