Richner Household Persevering with Ransomville Custom | SPEED SPORT

Kyle Richner (26) leads Cody Wolfe final season. (Tom Stevens picture)

RANSOMVILLE, N.Y. – The Richner household has been concerned in racing at Ransomville Speedway for many years.

This yr, that custom will proceed, because the household’s JetPort Restaurant and Lounge enterprise continues its longtime advertising partnership with the speedway and each Rick and Kyle Richner get behind the wheel to compete on the monitor.

Veteran Rick Richner will as soon as once more be competing within the Krown Undercoating Modifieds. Rick Richner is the pilot of the JetPort Restaurant and Lounge, Nationwide Vacuum, Lazy Lakes Tenting Resort, Chris’s Equipment Restore, and Grey Furnace No. 26.

This season will see Rick race at Ransomville and in different races all through the area.

Rick’s son Kyle acquired his begin with the open-wheeled machines whereas operating a handful of races in 2019 within the Kevin’s Carpet Cleansing Novice Sportsman.

Final yr, Kyle Richner raced with the common sportsman at Genesee Speedway and is planning on operating with the Traders Service Sportsman at Ransomville.

“I want to earn some high 10 finishes and hold the automotive in a single piece,” Kyle Richner stated. “I actually need to get laps in as I solely raced 5 races with the Novice at Ransomville.”

Kyle Richner’s automotive is sponsored by JetPort Restaurant & Lounge, Lazy Lakes Tenting Resort, Cleanway, Chris’s Equipment Restore, and Grey Furnace. Ray Coons owns Kyle’s automotive.

“Ray is my greatest assist together with my dad as we work on all of the automobiles now we have stuffed within the store,” Kyle famous.

Kyle and his spouse, Sarah, welcomed their son Jake into the world lately.

“Sarah has discovered lots over the previous few years and is at all times by my facet serving to with what she might help with,” Kyle continued.

Different crew members on the Richner Racing entries embrace a cousin, Ed, John, and Samantha.

The patriarch of the household, Jimmy Richner, handed away in September of 2019.

For 30 years, Jimmy Richner regarded ahead to a trip each February in Daytona Seaside, Fla., as he and the household attended the Daytona 500.

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