TRIO OF GO-KART DIVISION SPONSORS RENEW FOR 2019 SEASON AT RANSOMVILLE
RANSOMVILLE, N.Y. (December 18, 2018) - Ransomville Speedway’s “Little R” Thursday night Go-Kart program will continue to receive support from a trio of local businesses for the upcoming 2019 season as Finish Line Auto Detail, Just Signs & Designs and Fitzgibbon Contracting and Construction return as division sponsors.
Finish Line Auto Detail of Lockport, N.Y. is back as sponsor of the Senior Heavy division for a third-straight season. The full service auto detailing business is owned and operated by Ransomville Sportsman racer Mike Martin. Finish Line offers detailing services for a wide variety of vehicles, boats and campers. They are located at 7170 Ridge Rd. in Lockport and can be reached at (716) 777-0275. Finish Line gift certificates make for excellent gifts this holiday season.
Just Signs & Designs returns for a second season as sponsor of the Novice Go-Kart division. They are also a racer-owned business as Dave Just is a former weekly Sportsman competitor, and currently races a sprint car. You can find Just Signs work all over Ransomville Speedway, including signage for the Go-Kart program, victory lane signs and other assorted signs around the facility. In addition to signs and banners they can also wrap vehicles of all sizes from full-size cars to RC cars as well as ATVs and snowmobiles. You can visit Just Signs & Designs at 2897 New Road in Ransomville, call them at (716) 807-9536 or find them on Facebook.
Fitzgibbon Contracting & Construction has renewed as the title sponsor for Junior 3 division for a third season. Family owned and located in the heart of Niagara County, Fitzgibbon Contracting & Construction specializes in pole barns, metal roofing and siding as well as new and custom builds or additions. Give Fitzgibbon a call for you next construction project at (716) 316-8768.
The 2019 karting season at Ransomville Speedway begins on Thursday, May 9 and goes through the end of August. Racing starts at 7 p.m. every Thursday with free grandstand admission.
Article Credit: Dave Buchanan
Submitted By: Jeff Anstett