“Rankin Construction has been a huge part of our rebuild starting with removing the original surface to applying the final surface coat in the next month or so and the quality of work has been second to none so to partner with them for our grand opening event and to share in the excitement with them just seems to make sense and is a great fit for both of us” says Jukasa Motor Speedways General Manager Alex Nagy. “As companies, we are both family owned and operated and we both strive to deliver a quality product”.
As previously announced in December and January, Jukasa Motor Speedway will host the APC Series first ever Twin 75’s for Pro Late Models along with a 75-lap event for the Outlaw Super Late Models with each 75-lap race paying $5,000.00 to the winner at the Speedway’s inaugural event the Rankin Construction Late Model Summer Shootout plus a Trials and Free Style Motocross demonstration from the Jordan Szoke Extreme Show.
About Rankin Construction: Originally known as Stephens and Rankin Inc., the company was founded in 1978 by Tom Rankin and Dave Stephens. Rankin Construction has flourished under the direction of Tom Rankin, who has been the sole proprietor since 1991. Brian Rankin and Wendy (Rankin) Wing have subsequently become shareholders in the company and have worked their way up to the position of President and Executive Vice President/ Chief Financial Officer respectively. Tom takes pride in ensuring that Rankin Construction remains a diverse, people-oriented company with a successful track record for meeting and exceeding client expectations. While technical competence is important, the character and integrity of the employees is paramount. Rankin Construction is appreciated not only for its ability to complete projects on time and within budget but also for its ability to find and employ the optimal and most economical solution to the challenges presented by a project.
About Jukasa Motor Speedway: Jukasa Motor Speedway is a .625-mile paved speedway located in Hagersville, Ontario, Canada. The track first opened in 1966 as Cayuga Speedway and remained opened until it ceased regular operations in 2010. The track was purchased in 2016 by co-owners Kenny Hill and Jerry Montour and is undergoing extensive renovations. Among the changes at the facility include a complete redesign and asphalt recovering of the racing surface and upgrades for competitors and fans throughout the entire 350 acre site. The facility can also accommodate nearly 1,000 campsites with many offering services to campers. For more information on Jukasa Motor Speedway visit their Facebook page or Twitter @Jukasa Motor or www.jukasamotorspeedway.com
Contact: Alex Nagy, General Manager Jukasa Motor Speedway