Ransomville Speedway Rained Out

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Ransomville Speedway Rained Out, Rain Date Will Not Be Utilized Due to Forecast

RANSOMVILLE, NY – August 6, 2019 – Heavy rains and thunderstorms passed over the track in the afternoon and saturated the facility. That combined with an unfavorable evening forecast and continuing rain has forced Ransomville Speedway management and Super DIRTcar Series officials to rain out the 100-lap Feature event. The Wednesday rain date will not be used due to the forecast. 

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NIAGARA FRONTIER DOUBLEHEADER ON DECK AT MERRITTVILLE AND RANSOMVILLE

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Super DIRTcar Series extravaganza features back-to-back 100-lap clashes at Merrittville and Ransomville speedways

WEEDSPORT, NY — AUG. 2, 2019 — Fresh from this week’s huge events at Eldora Speedway, the stars of the Super DIRTcar Series continue their big event summer with a Canadian/American doubleheader. First, the Series heads over the border on Monday, Aug. 5, to Merrittville Speedway — less than an hour west of Buffalo. Then Tuesday, the Series returns to upstate New York for a 100-lap rumble at the tricky Ransomville Speedway.

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Stewart Friesen Powers to Summer Nationals Victory

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Ransomville Speedway’s Summer Nationals Goes to Stewart Friesen for Sixth Time

RANSOMVILLE, NY – August 7, 2018 – After starting on the outside pole, Stewart Friesen, five-time NAPA Super DIRT Week Champion, powered by Chad Brachmann racing into turn one on the opening lap. Friesen faced challenges from Matt Sheppard and Mat Williamson throughout the 100 circuits around the half-mile Niagara County facility, but was able to hold them off. A familiar “old school” Ransomville cushion formed at the top of the track, and Friesen made expert use of it. He leaned on it like an old friend, and it carried him to Summer Nationals victory for the sixth time. Mat Williamson, not content with second, nearly grabbed the lead out from under Friesen in the closing laps. Third place finisher Brett Hearn had serious mechanical issues early in the race, but his team was able to fix the failed part, and the no. 20 found its way to the podium.

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