RANSOMVILLE, NY – On a another beautiful night for racing with Ransomville Speedway getting week three of the 2016 season in the books and a pit area loaded with ninety-three race cars. The night was sponsored by Sunset Bar & Grill and Hy-Tech Concrete. Ransomville Speedway put on some exciting racing for another jam packed grandstand. The eighteen Ki-Po Chevrolet Street Stocks in the pit area was the highest number the facility has seen in two years, with their division having a re-birth in 2016.

Erick Rudolph of Ransomville won for the second time this season in the 30 lap Krown Undercoating 358 Modified feature. Once in the lead Rudolph was incredibly fast. Erick would take the lead after a lap 20 yellow restart. Once again, Rudolph was driving the Rob Clark owned Bicknell chassis. Rudolph came into the night as the division points leader.

Mike Bowman of St. Catharines, Ontario was the early race leader and was fast. Bowman has been extremely unlucky at Ransomville Speedway in 2016, who also had the lead the previous week until having problems. Bowman would hang on for second after a late race battle with Tommy Flannigan, also of St. Catharines, who ended up third. Jeff McGinnis of Ransomville was fourth at the end. Defending track champion Ryan Susice of Ransomville was fifth. Pete Bicknell of St. Cathaines was sixth after putting his self-built chassis on it’s roof the previous week. Sanborn, NY’s Chad Brachmann was seventh. Kenny Wills of Ransomville was eighth. Rounding out the top ten was Scott George of Wilson, NY and Phil Vigneri III of Elba, NY.