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January 17, 2014

Ransomville announces more race sponsors

Niagara Gazette — Ransomville Speedway officials announced additional sponsorship deals have been secured as the dirt track auto racing facility prepares to open its 57th season this spring.

Returning as sponsors in 2014 are Tim Hortons, Johnston’s Restaurant, Pepsi and Gippster’s Collision. The latter sponsor, Gippster’s, will again put its name and support behind the race track’s 4 Banger division. The other companies named in Thursday’s announcement will provide support including sponsored race nights or company nights out at the track.

Ransomville Speedway’s 2014 season will get underway, weather permitting, on Friday, April 25 with its annual Test, Tune and Time night. The first scheduled racing card is set for Friday, May 2.

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