Ransomville Speedway will host the Mackenzie Kulesza Memorial to Open it's 63rd Season Friday Night.

There is a big night coming for race fans and the community this Friday in one town in Niagara County. The weather, at this point, looks pretty good to get some racing done on the dirt track at "The Big R." Fans are welcome and guidelines will be in place as the season begins! This comes as the rain washed out the previous opening date.

The race will also feature a way for fans to help out a great cause. A post on the Ransomville Speedway website states that:

The 36-lap event is in honor of Mackenzie Kulesza, the 11-year-old who died tragically following a car accident in November 2020.

Raffles and auctions will also be a part of the action prior to the start of the opening laps on the dirt at Ransomville. It sure will be great to get back to some fun and racing! The sounds, the smells and the food! It is a great family night out and a great way to start to feel some normalcy after the year we all just went through.

If you are a fan of racing, keep in mind that we have a Clay and Company Race Pool during the NASCAR Cup season. Simply listen for the sounds of the cars on the track on our show and call in to get a spot on the starting grid!

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