RANSOMVILLE, NY–This coming Friday night, Ransomville Speedway will host the final points night of the season for the Krown Undercoating Modifieds, Investors Service Sportsman, KiPo Motors Street Stocks, and Kevin’s Carpet Cleaning Novice Sportsman. The Sunflowers of Sanborn Mini Stocks will also be in action, with their season championship night taking place on Friday, September 9. Niagara Frontier Publications and SANY New York will be sponsoring the night and Triple T Towing will present the Demo Derby.
Mat Williamson from St. Catharines, Ontario has a 52-point lead over Ryan Susice in the Krown Undercoating Modifieds. Pete Bicknell is just four points behind Susice. The Investor’s Service Sportsman points chase comes down to a two-horse race, Derek Wagner from Middleport, and Brett Senek from Ransomville. Entering Friday night, Wagner has a four-point lead over Senek, who is the three-time and reigning track champion. In the KiPo Motors Street Stocks, Josh Pangrazio from Oakfield, NY has a 62-point lead over Wheatfield, NY’s Pete Stefanski. The Kevin’s Carpet Cleaning Novice Sportsman title is up for grabs, with Colby Adamczak from Akron, NY leading Ridgeway, Ontario’s Noah Mamo by just six points. Entering the night in the Sunflowers of Sanborn Mini Stocks, Cole Susice from Ransomville and Dave Dussault from Niagara Falls, NY are tied on top of the point standings.
Niagara Frontier Publications is a newspaper publishing company located on Grand Island, N.Y. NFP is owned and operated by Skip and Judy Mazenauer of Grand Island and publishes four weekly community newspapers: the Niagara-Wheatfield Tribune, Lewiston-Porter Sentinel, Grand Island PennySaver, and Island Dispatch.
SANY New York was formed in December of 2019 and is based out of Lockport, New York. SANY New York is the exclusive Dealership of all SANY equipment serving the 12 counties of Western New York. SANY New York’s owners have been involved in the construction and demolition business for over 20 years and bring that experience to the dealership. Based on that experience the goal of SANY New York’s entire staff is to provide customers with upfront transparency, and a quality product at a reasonable price, backed up by top-notch service. Their products include mini, compact, and large excavators, telehandlers, and wheel loaders. The SANY warranty of five years, 5000 hours is the industry’s strongest warranty. To contact SANY, you can call (716) 625-SANY or log online at www.sanynewyork.com. SANY New York is also the presenting sponsor of the Thursday night racing program at The Little R.
The demolition derby for this show will consist of 4- and 6-Cylinder Cars only. Please contact Tim at Triple T at (716) 517-1482 with any questions.
Triple T Towing is located at 1209 Balmer Rd. in Youngstown. They sell both new and used auto parts. Triple T also purchases junk cars and can haul away your junker or you can drop it off at their scrapyard. Open Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., call Triple T Auto Parts at (716) 745-3973 or (716) 421-4758. Rules for the demos can be found by going to www.ransomvillespeedway.com
DEMOLITION DERBY RULES
– Any 4- or 6-Cylinder Car (If car is AWD, MUST remove one driveshaft)
– Doors can be welded, chained, or wired
– Trunk lids can be welded, chained, or wired closed
– NO pre-bending of cars
– Pre run cars are allowed (NO EXTRA BENDING)
– Cars MUST have original bumpers, no full-size bumpers allowed
– MANDATORY – BAR or ratchet strap behind driver’s seat
– Battery can be relocated on passenger front floor
– Fuel tank can be moved inside vehicle but MUST be covered
– Battery + Fuel Tank MUST be secured. NO movement
– Donut spares are allowed
– NO studded tires allowed
– NO reinforcement of car
– Driver door MUST be painted Yellow with number only
– Roof Flags with car number ONLY
Pit gates will open at 5:00 pm with grandstands opening at 6:00 pm and racing will begin at 7:15 pm. Grandstand admission is $20 for adults, $17 for seniors (60 +) and students (12-17), and kids 11 and under are admitted FREE. Pit admission is $35 for members and $40 for non-members. Fans can catch the entire racing program Friday night on Dirt Track Digest TV if they cannot attend in person.