Rich Vleck, ROCHESTER, NY, (July 28, 2014)- Ransomville Speedway, one of the cornerstone racetracks in Patriot Sprint Tour history is set to host another event this Friday.

For the first time since 2007, the Patriot Sprint Tour makes a second top at the Ransomville Speedway in a single season this Friday, in a special event presented by A-Verdi Storage Containers. It is a highly-anticipated event by teams that ran well at the 4/10-mile oval back in June, as well as those that are hope for retribution.

Back in June, Jared Zimbardi held off the late-race charge from local favorite Stewart Friesen to claim his second career win at the BIG R. It was Zimbardis second win of the year and since that time he scored three more victories, including a pair in PST Canada competition. Zimbardi has developed a healthy point lead over Steve Collins, but Collins is hard on the charge after a runner-up performance on Saturday at Woodhull, his best career PST finish.

Chuck Hebing was the winner of the event at Woodhull on Saturday Night but was unable to attend the June Ransomville race. Despite his absence, the Cobra has not lost a Patriot race at the Big R since 2007.

Brad Knab sits third in points and up until last Saturday had his last heat win occur at Ransomville. It is the four drivers just behind him in the standings though that are attracting local interest though. Ransomvilles Dave and Scott Just ran well in heat race action in June but had their special night ended in the first set of corners in a massive pile-up. They are salivating at the thought of returning to their hometown racetrack this Friday.

Lewistons Derek Jonathan has not missed a Patriot race at Ransomville since his rookie season of 2006 and will undoubtedly attend, as will current rookie Dane Lorenc from Lancaster, NY. Aldens Scott Kreutter suffered a motor issue in the June race but still hung on to finish in sixth, two spots ahead of Williamsvilles Don Adamczyk, who has circled the Ransomville races on his limited schedule.

Others that are looking forward to a return to the Niagara Frontier are four-time champion Bryan Howland, June runner-up Tommy Wickham, Tyler Graves, Paul Habeck and Jeremy Barnard. Some teams that were unable to attend the June race are also expected to attend including Steven Hutchinson Jr., Mitch Brown and Todd Hoddick, just to name a few.

A-Verdi Storage Containers has been a strong supporter of Patriot Sprint Tour action since 2007, including a host of events at Ransomville. They have serviced Upstate New York with storage and office solutions for more than 30 years and are ready to serve you. For more information, visit www.AVerdi.com.

Ransomville Speedway is located on Braley Rd just North of Ransomville and Rt. 93. Pit gates swing open at 5:00 P.M., with racing getting underway at 7:15 P.M. Please keep in mind that no child under 12 years of age is permitted in the pits and those near that age should be prepared to provide proper age identification. Those ages 12-17 will need a parent to sign the insurance waiver for them to receive entrance. For more information, be sure to visit www.PatriotSprintTour.com.


 

 

 

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ERICK RUDOLPH WINS VAN RAINE CONSTRUCTION TRI-TRACK MODIFIED MAIN;  MACTAVISH, MORRIS, SWEETING, AND MCKAY ALSO CLAIM WINS AT RANSOMVILLE SPEEDWAY

Ransomville, NY Friday, July 25th, 2014 Another stellar crowd was on hand last Friday night as Ransomville Speedway completed its tenth show of the 2014 season.  Ki-Po Chevrolet and the Niagara  Gazette were the presenting sponsors of the full card which included the FinditQuick.com Modifieds, Investors Services Sportsman, Ki-Po Chevrolet Street Stocks, Gippsters Collision 4 Bangers, and the Van Raine Construction Novice Sportsman plus a Ladies Race.
               Erick Rudolph of Ransomville, NY captured the win in the thirty lap Van Raine Construction Tri-Track Modified series.  Rudolph took the lead away from Danny Johnson using a classic Danny move in the moat with approximately five laps remaining to take the lead. It was Rudolphs second win of the season in the FinditQuick.com Modified division for 2014. Fresh off his first ever Super DIRTcar Big Block Modified Series win, Rudolph collected this checkered aboard his Snyder Industries sponsored machine. Johnson held on for second followed by Rick Richner who led the first fifteen laps.  Ryan Susice and Pete Bicknell rounded out the top five.  Rudolphs win put him back in the points lead by just two markers over fellow Ransomville native Ryan Susice.

 

 

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Most of us go to the race track on a Friday night and sit in the bleachers and just watch the races! We don't realize and think about all the work that goes into a Friday night show!  We have the announcers that have to know all the drivers names, car numbers and sponsors. You have the scorers that keep track of who is on lead lap and positions of drivers. You have the PR that keeps track of what's happening on the track for the articles on internet and papers. You have the person that does lineups and pay out. I am going to introduce you all to our tower staff who does a Awesome Job each and every week.
   

 

 

 

 

GOSCH, SCHERRER, PHILLIPS, MATJOULIS, VEIHDEFFER, & DUHOW TAKE GO-KART WINS

Ransomville, NY - Thursday, July 24th - A total of fifty-nine karters signed in pitside last Thursday night for the weekly Go-Kart event on the Little R.    Taking his very first checkered flag was Kasey Gosch in the Brad Angelo Lanes Novice ranks.  Gosch inherited the lead on the final lap when the top two of Keegan Park and Anthony Pollow made contact and spun.  Summer Andrews got by for second followed by Anthony Pearson, Pollow, and Park.
   

 

 

 

 

       

 

 

 

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