BURLEY, WILLS, DELL, STONE, AND SENEK CLAIM WINS AT RANSOMVILLE SPEEDWAY;
KERWIN WINS HELD OVER MIGHTY TACO MODIFIED FEATURE
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For the fifth consecutive year, the AFL/CIO
Niagara/Orleans Central Labor Council will be
working with the Friesen Family and the
Ransomville Speedway to present “Labor’s Night
at the Races”. The event is one of the major
fund raisers hosted by the AFL/CIO
Niagara/Orleans Central Council to benefit the
United Way of Greater Niagara. The event is
scheduled for Friday, June 7th, 2013 with a rain
date scheduled for Friday, June 21, 2013.
WOOLSTON, SEEFELDT, D. DUHOW, TUTTLE, CHAPMAN, B. DUHOW, AND BOOTES TAKE WINS AT LITTLE R
Ransomville, NY - Thursday, May 16th - A total of 59 Go-Karters signed in pitside last Thursday for the second week of competition on the Little R. It was a great night for racing as bright blue skies greeted race fans, drivers, family, and crews. In the Brad Angelo Lanes Novice class - a total of nine competitors were on hand for twin ten lap feature mains. In the first it was AJ Woolston taking the win! Woolston took control at the drop of the green and held it the entire ten circuits. Corey Fekete of Ransomville, NY ran a close second followed by opening nights' winner's Braden Allen and Greenley George. The second ten lap main was won by Aidan Seefeldt. In just his second week out, Seefeldt proved he has adapted well as he took his first win. Paul Lassman, Jack Scheerer, and Shane Leone rounded out the field. Amber Bolam was a scratch.
In Slack Kart's Junior I competition - some ten youngster's took the initial green. When the checkered flew it was Dylan Duhow claiming his second in a row. Duhow led lap's eight through fifteen. Michael Carmer finished in the runner up position after leading early on. Adam Coppins missed his qualifying heat's due to a prior obligation but made it for feature time. After starting scratch on the field, Coppins came home with a third place finish. John Tober, Alexis Bolam, Bradley Rutherford, Kierstan Farina, Kevin Marsh, Dakotah Mikulski, and Michael Hermanson rounded out the field.
Another ten competitors were found in the Coppins Service Center Junior II class proving the future of our sport is in GREAT SHAPE! Cameron Tuttle would win his second in as many week's after taking the lead away from Blake Matjoulis on lap seven. Tuttle crossed the line ahead of his cousin Zachary George, Jordan Moden, Nicholas Tarnowski, Matjoulis, Vincent Chiodo, Rylee Block, Shelby Smith, Noah Coppins, and Kyle Huttenmaier. Moden took a wild ride early in the feature main as he flipped over in turn three. Moden jumped up, brushed himself off and climbed right back in the kart. True competitor right there! Moden rebounded to a solid third place finish.
Jeffrey Chapman is on a tare early on as he won his third of the season....second in the Jeffery Machine Junior Restricted class. Chapman led all fifteen laps. Eric Veihdeffer, Andrew Srock, Kevin Fuller, and Tristan Jeffery rounded out the field.
Brad Duhow was also a repeat winner as he won his second in a row aboard the Orleans Ford Stock Medium rank's. Duhow would lead the entire distance and claim the win over Mike Seefeldt, Trent Curtis, David Foti, Steve Lewis, Matthew Veihdeffer, Brett Senek, and Braden Foley.
Can you say Chapman? The announcer certainly can after announcing Jeffrey as a winner for the fourth time in just two week. Backing up his win in the Jeffery Machine Junior Restricted ranks, Chapman did the trick again in the DMB Computer Services Junior Clone division. Chapman took the lead away from Tristan Jeffery on lap three and held it the remaining distance. Cole Susice, Jeffery, Gary Gow, Emily Jeffery, Hunter Bolam, Rylee Block, Jared Farr, and Zachary Moden rounded out the field. This division has grown tremendously and looks to be well on its way to even bigger numbers.
The Auto Rescue Team Senior Clone win went to Tony Bootes....also his second in as many week's. Bootes took the lead on lap one with nine competitor's in tow. Bootes would claim the win over Jody London, Jeff Anstett, Bailey Hudson, Noah Walker, Brad Martin, John Conklin, Katy Knoll, John Bonesky, and Al Rutherford.
Join us next Thursday, May 23rd for a Full seven division race program. Race time is 7 pm. Grandstands are always free.
RANSOMVILLE SPEEDWAY DRIVER PROFILE: BOYD MACTAVISH
One of the veteran drivers who has established himself in
the Ransomville Speedway pit area is Boyd MacTavish.