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« on: April 22, 2019, 10:30:36 AM »
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RANSOMVILLE, N.Y. (March 29, 2019) - One of the highlights of next weekend?s Ransomville Speedway Car Show at the Fashion Outlets of Niagara will be the crowning of Miss Ransomville for the 2019 season. Four eager women will look to impress the judges during the Miss Ransomville Speedway contest on Saturday night of the show, which is open to the public.

The role of Miss Ransomville Speedway is very important to the marketing and promotion of the speedway during every race season. There are the traditional race night duties, including appearing in victory lane for pictures with feature winners, taking in part in fan giveaways and promotions and greeting fans as they enter the speedway gates. On non-race nights Miss Ransomville can be found representing the ?Big R? at community and promotional events while helping to spread awareness of the facility.

This year?s crop of contestants features one returning entrant, Kari Piazza. While Kari did not win the contest last year, she still became part of the Ransomville staff as a VIP suite hostess. ?I loved every minute of the competition last year,? said Kari, ?I also really enjoyed getting to know more of our fans while working in the VIP suites during the season.? Even if she wasn?t working at the track you would probably still find her at the Big R on Friday nights. ?I have been going to the track every summer since I can remember. To me, I just love a Friday night under the lights, listening to the roar of the engines and watching the competitive racing that I am fortunate enough to have in my backyard,? said Kari. Away from the track Kari is a school counselor at charter school in Buffalo and a summer camp counselor in Wheatfield.

Staci Clark is looking to make the transition from casual race fan to Miss Ransomville Speedway. ?I always have a good time when I go to the races, and I think it would be really fun to be a part of the show at Ransomville Speedway, said Staci. She?s also looking to empower herself by taking part in the competition. ?I decided to enter because I felt like it was a good opportunity to gain more confidence with myself,? she said. Staci works at a cabinetry company as a wood stainer, and also makes metal art work at her dad?s CNC business. While she doesn?t have background in racing with four wheels, she did do some motocross racing with her family.

For Keirstan Farina it was an easy decision to enter the Miss Ransomville contest. ?Many Friday nights, and eventually Thursday nights, were spent watching highly competitive racing and being caught up in the moment with the energy from the fans in the stands,? said Keirstan, ?that high energy is something you can easily become addicted to, and I want to be an active part of the Ransomville Speedway family.? Keirstan grew up in a racing family and is former go-kart racer at the ?Little R? on Thursday nights. ?When I was nine years old, my dad (Ricky Farina) made the decision to sell his Street Stock and get into karting. I raced karts for eight years, starting in Novice and working up to Senior Heavy,? she added. She currently attends Niagara University where she is studying nursing, and she also works as a manager for Five Guys.

Brianna Smith is another lifelong race fan, which is what led her to participate. ?I decided to enter the Miss Ransomville contest because it is something I?ve wanted to do since I started going to the races when I was young,? said Brianna. She also has connections to some speedway sponsors. Brianna works at Ki-Po Chevrolet as a service advisor while her parents own Finesse Builders, which has sponsored various drivers, including Sportsman racer Brett Martin. Her cousin Luke Blose competes in the go-kart program. She is currently studying criminal justice.

The Miss Ransomville Speedway contestants will take part in a meet and greet with race fans on Friday, April 5 from 6-8 p.m. to kick off the mall car show. Saturday?s festivities include a kids coloring contest and a driver autograph session at 6 p.m. The Miss Ransomville contest will start at 7 p.m. on Saturday.

The 2019 Miss Ransomville Speedway contest signals the end of the reign of 2018 Miss Ransomville Mariah Reilly. Everyone at Ransomville Speedway would like to thank Mariah for her dedication and enthusiasm during the past year as Miss Ransomville. She did a phenomenal job in the role, and we hope to continue to see her at the track in the future.

Fans attending the mall show next weekend can pick up brand new 2019 Ransomville Speedway merchandise. There will be a limited selection on hand, so fans are encouraged to contact the office ahead of time with which sizes, styles and colors they?d like to see. Fans can call ahead at (716) 791-3602, e-mail at or message the track Facebook page. Track memberships for racers and 2019 season passes for fans will also be available to purchase during the show.

Source: Photos from Ransomville Speedway's post

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