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The 2015 Grandstand Season Ticket Sale will Being next Friday, August 29th.    Season's Passes for the Grandstands include;
* A reserved top row seat to all scheduled events from April thru Sept.
* One Meal Package
* Two One Night Passes to share with a friend (date specific)
Cost $185 if purchased by Dec. 18th, 2014, $245 after - they are only sold until opening night 2015
Those with VIP Parking have until Dec. 18th to renew.  After Dec. 18th - spots that were not renewed will be sold to those on the waiting list.  To get on the waiting list - a 2015 grandstand seasons pass must be purchased - please let us know if you wish to go on the list at the time of purchase. 
Additional information can be obtained by calling 716-791-3602 Tues through Friday before 4 pm.    Renewals on race night are taken until 6:30 in the Grandstand Ticket office or at the dollar bill window.   To mail - please send to Ransomville Speedway, PO Box 296, Ransomville, NY 14131.   Credit Cards are welcomed for phone orders and/or renewals




2014 Tri Track Points




Ransomville, NY Saturday, September 13th The 2014 season came to an official close last weekend with the running of the annual King of the Hill two day show.  Mother Nature ended the season as she started it by challenging track maintenance with wet conditions through early afternoon.   Blue skies would prevail by race time as Investors Services and LOE Trailers presented the King of the Hill twin 100s.

Scott George of Wilson, NY picked up his second King of the Hill 100 win in as many years as he topped the Investors Services Sportsman field last Saturday night.  George took the lead away from James Henry on lap fifty and proceeded to lead the remaining fifty circuits.  George would contend with a hard charging Jesse Cotriss with thirty to go but it would go all for naught as George was able to extend his lead by a half a straight away in the closing laps.  Piloting his Shawnee Services sponsored #26, George collected his first win of the 2014 season.  I want to thank my crew, sponsors, and family for all they do, commented a very happy George.  The car was great tonight.

Cotriss would hold on for second aboard his HFI sponsored #55c.   After leading the first fifty laps, James Henry would settle for third followed by Matt Farnham and Kevin Wills.  A total of twenty-one strong took the initial green with sixteen still running at the checkered.  Only three cautions slowed the pace. 

Jesse Johnston of Wilson, NY took top honors in the $1000 to WIN King of the Hill Ki-Po Chevrolet Street Stock 100.  In a rare occurrence in the one hundred lap season finale, Johnston would lead all one hundred circuits on his way to the victory. Johnston would have to contend with heavy pressure from track champion Brian Lonneville through the mid way portion and Brandon Sherwood in the late stages.  Driving the preferred top lane, Johnston would keep the pair at bay and collect his biggest win of his career aboard his Tim Hortons sponsored #43. Jesse was all smiles as he exited his racer and was joined by an ecstatic mom, dad, and brother. 

Sherwood looked to the inside of Johnston on the final circuit bringing the fans to their feet!  Sherwood would settle for second followed by Lonneville, Alex Morris, and Ken Camidge. A hand full of cautions slowed the pace along with one red flag.  Chase Matteson took a very hard hit into the front stretch concrete wall on lap 94.  Chase was ok but his racer suffered substantial damage. 

Pete Stefanski of Wheatfield, NY captured the win in the twenty lap Parts Plus ProStreet feature main event.  Stefanski took the lead from the outside front row starting position and quickly established himself as the man to beat.  Butch Zimmerman was able to keep Stefanski in his sights but was unable to mount a challenge as the laps clicked off.  Stefanski took the win aboard his Sunrise Racing sponsored #2 machine.  Zimmerman held on for second followed by Mike Welch, Pat Hobbs, and Marc Minutolo. 

Austin Susice picked up the win in the 4/6 Cylinder Enduro.

Many thanks to our fans, drivers, crew, employees, and sponsors for a tremendous 2014 season.  See everyone January 1st for the 15th annual Hangover 150


INVESTORS SERVICES SPORTSMAN FEATURE FINISH SCOTT GEORGE, Jesse Cotriss, James Henry, Matt Farnham, Kevin Wills, Andy Smith, AJ Lloyd, Derrick Borkenhagen, Mike Williams, Dave Conant, Chris Burek, Karl Comfort, Jim Zimmerman, James Sweeting, Allan Wills, Jim Harbison, Steve Lewis Jr., Justin Sharp, Brett Martin, Mike Martin, and Dan Heschke.  Heat Winners Matt Farnham and James Henry.

KI-PO CHEVROLET STREET STOCK FEATURE FINISH JESSE JOHNSTON, Brandon Sherwood, Brian Lonneville, Alex Morris, Ken Camidge, Bryce Richardson, Jim Lampman, Ricky Washburn, Randy Zimmerman, Chase Matteson, Webb Nashwinter, Pat Dell, Billy Bleich, Cliff Brucker, Brett Senek, Ron Tuttle, Jaren Israel, Jeff Sonnenburg, Austin Hauser, Nate Straus, Cliff Gregg III, Dave Stolzenberg Jr, and Ryan Stephenson.  Heat Winners Jesse Johnston and Brandon Sherwood.

PARTS PLUS PROSTREET FEATURE FINISH PETE STEFANSKI, Butch Zimmerman, Mike Welch, Pat Hobbs, Marc Minutolo, Steve Pesarek, Mike Childrose, Jack Terrell, Adam Depuy, and Mark Loveland. Heat Winner Butch Zimmerman.







Ransomville, NY Friday, Sept. 12th James Michael Friesen captured win number seven last Friday night at the Big R as he topped the field in the twenty-five lap Investors Services Sportsman main event. Friesen used a move to the inside of 2013 track champion Jesse Cotriss to claim the top spot and maintained it through the final stages.  Friesen piloted the Manchester Cable sponsored #52 Bicknell chassis. Cotriss came home in second followed by Scott George, Justin Sharp, and Allan Wills.

Pete Reid of Stevensville, Ontario made a rare appearance at Ransomville Speedway and found it much to his liking as he graced victory lane in the Ki-Po Chevrolet Street Stock ranks.  Reid enjoyed a front row starting position by virtue of his strong heat finish and quickly established himself as the man to beat.  Reid led through the lap twenty checkered and enjoyed his very first win at the Big R.  Rookie of the year Brett Senek came home in the second position followed by Ricky Washburn, Brian Lonneville, and Alex Morris. 

Brendan OKeefe of Youngstown, NY captured his first win of the 2014 season in the Gippsters Collision 4 Banger division.  OKeefe inherited the lead just prior to halfway when his dad Pat OKeefe suffered mechanical issues while showing the way.  Chris Leone would apply heavy pressure on OKeefe for the final five circuits but to no avail as OKeefe held on for the big win.  Ashley Harbison, Steve Matson, and Jim Stone rounded out the top five. Leones second place finish earned him the 2014 track championship. 

James Sweeting notched his third win of the season in the Van Raine Construction Novice Sportsman division. The event was held over from the week prior when Mother Nature moved in canceling their main event.  Sweeting took the lead at the drop of the green aboard his Sweeting Asphalt Paving sponsored #11j and quickly extended it to a full straight away by half way.  Sweeting would maintain the top spot through the lap twelve checkered. Steve Lewis Jr., Mike Martin, Dan Heschke, and Rick Blech  round out top five. Dan Heschke of Appleton, NY was crowned the 2014 track champion in the Novice division after having a very consistent season.  


INVESTORS SERVICES SPORTSMAN FEATURE FINISH JAMES MICHAEL FRIESEN, Jesse Cotriss, Scott George, Justin Sharp, Allan Wills, Boyd MacTavish, Derrick Borkenhagen, Matt Farnham, Kevin Wills, Chris Burek, AJ Lloyd, Mike Williams, Rob Clark, Brett Martin, Jim Zimmerman, Mike Martin, Dan Heschke, Karl Comfort, James Sweeting, Jim Harbison, Steve Lewis Jr., Andy Smith and Nate Reynolds. Heat Winners Allan Wills, Jesse Cotriss, and Derrick Borkenhagen.

KI-PO CHEVROLET STREET STOCK FEATURE FINISH PETER REID, Brett Senek, Ricky Washburn, Brian Lonneville, Alex Morris, Pat Dell, Dave Stolzenberg Jr., Ken Camidge, Jim Lampman, Randy Zimmerman, Cliff Gregg, Chase Matteson, Ryan Stephenson, Jesse Johnston, Billy Bleich, Austin Hauser, Ron Tuttle, Jeff Sonnenberg, Bryce Richardson, Brandon Sherwood, and Matt Hornquist. Heat Winners Pete Reid and Alex Morris.

GIPPSTERS COLLISIION 4 BANGER FEATURE FINISH BRENDAN OKEEFE, Chris Leone, Ashley Harbison, Steve Matson, Jim Stone, Chad Lederhouse, Austin Susice, Jamie Woods, Brian Monahan Jr., Mike Kramarz, Kenny Washburn III, Justin McKay, BobbiLynn Spillman, Donald Hermanson, Chris Lederhouse, Dave Dussault, Joseph Kincade, Pat OKeefe, Ryan Plante, Mike Pahl, Jason Fuller, and Mike Hossfeld.  Heat Winners Pat OKeefe and Chris Leone.

VAN RAINE CONSTRUCTION NOVICE SPORTSMAN FEATURE FINISH JAMES SWEETING, Mike Martin, Dan Heschke, Rick Blech, Tommy Lalomia, Jim Stone, and Steve Lewis.





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