RANSOMVILLE SPEEDWAY QUICK RESULTS-JUNE 23, 2016

 

KROWN UNDERCOATING 358 MODIFIEDS: CHAD BRACHMANN, Tommy Flannigan, Erick Rudolph, Pete Bicknell, Jeff McGinnis, Scott George, Scott Kerwin, Steve Schumacher, Kenny Wills, Nick Joy, Allan Wills, Rick Richner, John Smith, Jim Zimmerman, Ryan Susice, Phil Vigneri III, Russ Zimmerman, Robbie Krull. Heat Winners: Chad Brachmann, Erick Rudolph, Ryan Susice.

INVESTORS SERVICE COMPANY SPORTSMAN: MATT FARNHAM, James Henry, Derrick Borkenhagen, Kevin Wills, Brett Martin, Jim Harbison, Jesse Cottris, Don Spatarico, Mike Williams, Noah Walker, Brett Senek, Steve Lewis Jr, Austin Susice, Mark Potter, Greg Martin, Dan Michaud, Andy Smith, Kyle Inman, Dave DiPietro. Heat Winners: Steve Lewis Jr, James Henry, Matt Farnham.

KI-PO CHEVROLET STREET STOCKS: JAREN ISRAEL, Billy Bleich Jr, Ryan Hoolihan, Brandon Sherwood, Kyle Wendt, Pat Dell, Roger Israel, Mike Short, Cory Sawyer, Brian Monahan, Joey Zimmerman, Austin Hauser, Randy Zimmerman, Matt Tracey, Scott Soos, Chris Dziomba, Nate Zimmerman. Heat Winners: Joey Zimmerman, Jaren Israel.

GIPPSTERS COLLISION FOUR CYLINDERS: STEVE MATSON, Mike Pahl, Mike Kramarz, Ashley Harbison, Cole Susice, Ryan Plante, Anthony Hermanson, Brendan OKeefe, Chad Lederhouse, Chuck Cala, Chris Leone, Rob Barry, Matt Hornquist, Pat OKeefe, Ken Dillon, Arthur Santangelo, Kyle Doty, Anthony Guthrie, Dave Dussault. Heat Winners: Mike Kramarz, Steve Matson.

VAN RAINE CONSTRUCTION NOVICE SPORTSMAN: ANTHONY MUSCATO, Justin McKay, Darrell Borkenhagen, Dustin Gorhan, AJ Custodi, Andrew Spurback, Garrison Krentz, Bryan harris, Jonathan Reid, Carl Inman, Orval Harris, Robbie Johnston, Chase Johnston, Chase Matteson, Cliff Gregg. Heat Winners: Jonathan Reid, Justin McKay.
 

 

 

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MOLL, JOSEPH, PHILLIPS, BANSMER, JAMES, BILLS, FOSTER, AND WINTERS COLLECT GO-KART WINS AT RANSOMVILLE SPEEDWAY

 

Thursday, June 23rd - It was another gorgeous Thursday night in Western New York as fifty-six Go-kart drivers signed in for competition. Once again the Novice class is showing how bright the future of racing is at the Little R as twelve competitors were on hand. Taking home his first feature win of the season was Brayden Bills of Ransomville. Bills led all ten circuits in the first Novice main. Leximarie Healy, Reese Rutherford, and Anthony Pearson rounded out the field. The second ten lap Novice main was won by Tyler Foster - his second of the season. Foster also led all ten laps. Mason Hanel, Jolene Coffey, and Tyler Moden filled the field. The final ten lap Novice feature win went to Ryan Winters. In just his second Go-kart start - the second generation driver would prove the racing talent runs deep in the family. Winters led all ten laps to the checker followed by Riley Bloomingdale, Own Zeliff, and Rylee Rutherford.

The Slack Karts Junior I feature win went to Brayden James. James entered his final event for the Junior I ranks as he will move up to the Jeffery Machine Junior II class at our next event. James led all fifteen laps. Anthony Pollow, Abby Castile, and Wyatt McGinnis rounded out the field.

The Jeffery Machine Junior II divison is currently being dominated by Jacob Bansmer. Bansmer won his fifth out of sixth event last Thursday, leading all fifteen circuits. With Bansmer in control, the race would be hot and heavy for the runner up position with Greenley George hanging on at the checker. Paul Lassman, Bo Wrate, Jayme Stone, Brenden Wallace, and Austin Zimmerman rounded out the class.

The Junior III main event had a total of eleven competitors take the initial green. Dalton Slack led the first ten circuits prior to giving up the point position to Kyle Phillips. Phillips would lead the remaining five laps to take anther win aboard his #21 machine. Matt Krull, Dylan Duhow, Michael Carmer, Jordan Moden, Kyle Joseph, Alexis Bolam, Austin Wilson, Randy Giroux, and Keirstan Farina rounded out the field.

In the Tim Phillips Garage Senior Lite division it was Kayla Joseph collecting her first win of the season. Joseph has been very strong this season and showed it Thursday night as she led tthe entire fifteen laps. Jeff Anstett and Josh Hansen put on a great show for second with Anstett hanging onto the position at the checker. Hansen would be third followed by Gary Gow III, TIm Richmond, Elias Johnson, Robert Henning, Alyssa Mullen, Jessica Thursam, Jeff Chapman, Eric Veihdeffer, and David Henning.

In the Finish Line Auto Detail Senior Heavy class the win would go to James Moll. Moll took the lead away from Matt Veihdeffer on lap fourteen of the fifteen lap event to claim his second win of the season. Veihdeffer held on for second followed by Jeff Chapman, Jeff Anstett, Josh Hansen, Andrew Srock, Ashley Daul, Zachery Moden, and Bobby Hanel

A reminder - we are off Thursday, June 30th for the mid season break

 

 

ATTENTION STREET STOCKS!

MINIMUM TOTAL WEIGHT WILL BE 3100 LBS FOR ALL CARS.  CARS WILL BE WEIGHED WITH DRIVER AFTER THE RACE. NO FUEL OR OTHER FLUIDS ADDED. (REV 6/21/2016)

 

ATTENTION MODIFIED TEAMS!

 

June 20th, 2015 DIRTcar Memo:

15.3 Exhaust Muffler and Sound Devices
A.) Each car must have one (1) unaltered muffler per exhaust.
B.) The exhaust must exit past the driver and the exhaust must flow toward the rear of the
car in an upward manner away from the racing surface. Exhaust systems that face the
outside of the car will not be permitted.
C.) Each muffler must have a tail pipe that is a minimum of 10-inches long when measured
off the rear edge of the muffler.
D.) Cross-over and/or the joining of exhaust systems from side-to-side will not be permitted.
E.) Any manufacturer of exhaust header is permitted, but the header material must be
magnetic steel and/or stainless steel.
F.) The permitted mufflers include: Dynomax part number: 17224, 17539 and 17628;
Extreme Muffler part number(s): 31530, 31535, 31230, 31235, 30830 or 30835; Beyea
part number(s): MUF3DM and MUF3.5DM; Henrys DMMS4

 

ATTENTION SPORTSMAN TEAMS!

 

15.0-C DIRTcar Sportsman Modified
15.3 Exhaust - Muffler and Sound Reduction Devices
A.) Schoenfeld headers, model number: 1122b, 1122bcm, 4122b and 3122b will be
permitted. Beyea headers Part # NEDM602 will also be allowed. The exhaust headers
must not exceed 1-5/8 in outside diameter. Tri-Y, step headers, stainless steel, coated,
ceramic and/or otherwise, and/or merge collectors will not be permitted.
B.) The permitted mufflers include: Dynomax part number: 17223 and 17296; Extreme
Muffler part number(s): 31530 and 31230; Beyea part number(s): MUF3DM; Henrys DMMS3

 

 

 

ATTENTION SPORTSMAN / NOVICE TEAMS!

The following is a summary of rule amendment(s) and revisions to the 2016 DIRTcar Racing rule book. Refer to the published 2016 book for complete rules.

Please note: this document is intended to circulate the changed portions of the complete rules effective the date above.

15.0-C DIRTcar Sportsman Modified

15.1.3 Carburetor / Air Cleaner

G.) Only a single conventional round type air cleaner housing will be permitted. Ram air and or air boxes will not be permitted. The air cleaner must remain in place when the hood is removed. A flat piece of metal may be added and securely fastened to AND LEVEL WITH the hood following the contour of the hood scoop to act as a dust shield. The metal attachment can follow the contour of the air cleaner and is not to go past the centerline of the carburetor. There cannot be any metal attached to the air cleaner. Air cleaner must be centered on carburetor