RYAN SUSICE WINS FIRST CAREER MODIFIED CHAMPIONSHIIP;

CODY MCHPERSON AND JAMES MICHAEL FRIESEN SHARE 2015 SPORTSMAN CHAMPIONSHIP;

RUDOLPH, MCPHERSON, SHERWOOD, OKEEFE, AND A. SUSICE CAPTURE THE FEATURE WINS

Ransomville, NY Friday, September 4, 2015 Erick Rudolph of Ransomville, NY gave the fans their monies worth last Friday night as he passed Danny Johnson in the moat at the checker and won by .009 seconds.  Piloting his Snyder Industries sponsored #25, Rudolph would run a close second to the Doctor through the last half of the fifty lap main event.  Rudolph gave it all he had on the final circuit bringing the crowd to their feet as he looked to the outside of Danny.  In a cloud of dust, Rudolph would take the win by just inches over Johnson.  Ryan Susice, Tyler McPherson, and Pete Bicknell rounded out the top five.  Being in the lead was not the place to be early on as both Jeff McGinnis and Robbie Krull dropped out with mechanical woes while leading the pack.
 
               Ryan Susice captured his first career Modified title adding to his previous championships in Go-Karts, Street Stocks and Sportsman. Impressive to say the least as Susice became one of the very few to hold four championship titles at the Big R.  Surrounded by family, crew, and friends an emotional Susice celebrated trackside aboard his Subway sponsored #38 entry.
 
               Cody McPherson of St. Catharines, Ontario captured his third win of the season in the Investors Services Sportsman division.  They say the third time is the charm, well this statement could not be more true for McPherson as his win resulted in a tie for the championship with James Michael Friesen. This one could not have been scripted any better as just eight points separated McPherson and Friesen coming into the night.  McPherson would do all he could by taking the win in the twenty-five lap main but Friesen would come from deep in the field to post third resulting in a tie for the 2015 title!  To say this years banquet is going to be a party would be putting it mildly.
 
               Jesse Cotriss came into the night third in points and would advance to second in his Investors Services sponsored #55c.  Cotriss finished third in points and leads the division win column with four. Brett Senek and Matt Farnham rounded out the top five.
 
               Brandon Sherwood of Sanborn, NY captured the win in the twenty lap Ki-Po Chevrolet Street Stock feature main.  Sherwood took the lead at the drop of the green and maintained the point position through the entire distance.   Sherwood also unofficially extended his points lead to ten markers with just one points race remaining.  Defending champion Pat Dell would come home in second followed by Mark Loveland, Mike Short, and Kyle Wendt.  One point race remains for the full fender division slated for September 11th.
 
               Brandon OKeefe of Youngstown, NY enjoyed his fourth Gippsters Collision 4 Banger feature win of the season.  OKeefe seems to have either great luck or bad luck.  Coming into the night, OKeefe had as many roll-overs as winsnot a stat you want.  OKeefe would lead all twelve laps last Friday and break that tie.  Rookie Nick Tarnowski challenged OKeefe on a pair of occasions but to no avail as he settled for a second place finish.  Ryan Plante, Pat OKeefe, and Chris Leone rounded out the top three. Leone continues to show the way on the points battle over Plante with two points events remaining.
 
               Austin Susice claims the win in the Van Raine Construction Novice Sportsman class.  Susice took the lead away from Dave DiPietro early on and held it through the lap twelve checker.  Noah Walker finished in second followed by Dave DiPietro, Andrew Spurback, and John Conklin.
 
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FINDITQUICK.COM MODIFIED FEATURE FINISH Heat Winners Kenny Wills and Jeff McGinnis
 
INVESTORS SERVICES SPORTSMAN FEATURE FINISH CODY MCPHERSON, Jesse Cotriss, James Michael Friesen, Brett Senek, Matt Farnham, Chris Burek, Mike Williams, Justin Sharp, Allan Wills, James Henry, Greg Martin, Kevin Wills, Andy Smith, Steve Lewis Jr., Derrick Borkenhagen, Jim Harbison, Jim Zimmerman, Zack Sam, Brett Martin, and James Sweeting. Heat Winners James Sweeting, Brett Senek, and Kevin Wills.
 
KI-PO CHEVROLET STREET STOCK FEATURE FINISH BRANDON SHERWOOD, Pat Dell, Mark Loveland, Mike Short, Kyle Wendt, Jesse Johnston, Ryan Stephenson, Dan Shoop, Ken Camidge, Gerald Poole, Dave Stolzenberg, Joey Zimmerman, and Pete Simpson.  DNS Randy Zimmerman.  Heat Winners Brandon Sherwood and Jesse Johnston
 
GIPPSTERS COLLISION 4 BANGER FEATURE FINISH BRENDEN OKEEFE, Nick Tarnowski, Ryan Plante, Pat OKeefe, Chris Leone, Chuck Cala, Ashley Harbison, Mike Pahl, Dave Dussault, Steve Matson, Ron Seefeldt, Cole Susice, BobbiLynn Spillman, Justin McKay, Brenda Couturiaux, Anthony Hermanson, and Matt Hornquist. Heat Winners Pat OKeefe and Nick Tarnowski.

 

VAN RAINE CONSTRUCTION NOVICE SPORTSMAN FEATURE FINISH AUSTIN SUSICE, Noah Walker, Dave DiPietro, Andrew Spurback, John Conklin, Chris Miller, Dan Michaud, Chris Miller, Dan Michaud, Joe Drake, Paul Cunningham, Jeff Sonnenburg, AJ Custodi, Anthony Muscato, and Darrell Borkenhagen.  Heat Winners Austin Susice and John Conklin.

 

 

 

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STONE, JAMES, BANSMER, PHILLIPS, HANSEN, BRADEN, & MOLL WIN GO-KART FEATURES; BANSMER, PHILLIPS, HANSEN, FOLEY, & ANSTETT TAKE 2015 TITLES

Ransomville, NY - Thursday, September 3rd, 2015 - A total of fifty-eight go-karts were on hand last Thursday for the final points event of the 2015 season.  It has been a great year at the Little R.
    A season high of eleven entries signed in for the Investors Service Novice twin ten lap feature mains.  Jayme Stone collected her second of the season.  Piloting her #75 entry, Stone took the lead away from Wyatt McGinnis on lap two and maintained it through the lap ten checker in the A main.  McGinnis came home in second followed by James Zimmerman, Brayden Bills, and Reese Rutherford.    The second ten lap main was won by Brayden James.  James led all ten laps to claim another win.  JJ Bailey, Anthony Pearson, Lily Healy, Jocelyn Just, and Daniel Johnston.
    Jacob Bansmer captured the win and the championship in the Slack Karts Junior I class.  Bansmer led all fifteen circuits and won his eighth of the season. Paul Lassman came home in second followed by Anthony Pollow, Joey Priestley, Greenley George, Abby Castile, Brenden Wallace, Lily Bell, and Tyler MacLeod.
    Kyle Phillips completed his domination of the Coppins Service Center Junior II class with another win last Thursday.  Phillips would lead the entire fifteen laps and claim his eleventh victory and the championship.  Fresh off her first feature win in the division the week prior, Alexis Bolam finished the season with a great second place finish.  Matt Krull, Bo Wrate, and Robbie Johnston.
    Joshua Hansen competed in his first full season at the Little R and did it in style! Hansen won a total of five events and finished in the top three thirteen times!  As a result of his consistent finishes, Hansen was awarded the 2015 Western District Process Services title.  Dylan Duhow finished second in the feature main followed by Kyle Phillips, Jordan Moden, Trevor Wright, Michael Carmer, Randy Giroux, Noah Coppins, Kyle Joseph, and Keirstan Farina.
    Braden Foley notched his sixth win of the season and also the 2015 championship in the Tim Phillips Garage Senior Lite class.  Foley took the lead away from Kayla Joseph on lap two and held it the remaining distance.  Eric Veihdeffer, Alyssa Mullen, Joseph, Jeff Chapman, Gary Gow, James Foley, Brian Monahan Jr., Avery Coppins, Robert Henning, Charlotte Booth, Tim Richmond, Jessica Thursam, Zachary Moden, and David Henning rounded out the field.
    James Moll won his first of the season in the Ed's Garage Senior Heavy class.  Moll took the lead away from Jeff Anstett early on in the fifteen lap main and held it to the checker.  Matthew Veihdeffer finished in second followed by Anstett, Mike Evans, Jeff Chapman, Tim Richmond, and Ashley Daul.   Jeff Anstett brought the championship home enjoying five wins on the season plus five additional top three finishes.

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ANNUAL KING OF THE HILL EVENT AT RANSOMVILLE SPEEDWAY CHANGES FORMAT;

$1500 TO WIN TWIN 75S FOR SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19TH

Ransomville, NY Thursday, August 20, 2015 With the end of the season just around the corner, the management team at Ransomville Speedway took a hard look at the traditional season ending two day event.  In the economic interest of the drivers, we have elected to make it a one day show on Saturday, September 19th rather than the two day show ran in previous years, commented Co-Promoter Jamie Friesen.  Less laps for a bigger purse will save the teams financially and hopefully increase the car count for Saturdays event.
               Investors Services and L.O.E. Trailer Sales will present an action packed day of racing on Saturday, September 19th to complete the 2015 season.  Slated for competition are; Investors Services Sportsman $1500 to Win 75 Laps, Ki-Po Chevrolet Street Stocks $1500 to Win 75 Laps, Parts Plus ProStock Series $500 to Win 25 Laps, Gippsters Collision 4 Bangers 12 Laps and Van Raine Construction Novice Sportsman 15 Laps.  The champions in both the Gippsters Collision 4 Bangers and Van Raine Construction Novice Sportsman will be crowned on Saturday as well.  Fridays program has been cancelled.
               The drivers talked and we listened, said PR Director Tana Robinson. The King of the Hill event has become a great tradition at the speedway.  We certainly did not want to see that change however with the increasing costs of everything we thought change was in order.  Between the increased purse, lap money, and potential added bonus awards this years event is sure to help us end the 2015 season on a big note!   Each Ki-Po Chevrolet KOH SS heat winner will receive a FREE American Racer tire and each Investors Services Sportsman heat winner will receive a FREE Hoosier tire compliments of Ransomville Speedway and Hoosier Tire.
               Gates will open on Saturday, September 19th at 4:30 pm with racing slated for 6 pm.   Grandstand admission in US Funds will be $12 for adults, $10 for students (13-17) and senior citizens (60 plus), $6 kids 8-12, 7 and under and Free. Additional information can be obtained by calling the speedway at 716-791-3602 or by email at raceransomville@aol.com.

 

 

 

 

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