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A collection of news events, just click on the title to view full press release......

'Tall' Trey Looking to Carry Momentum . . read it here
Second Shift Motorsports to Present Quarter Midget Rising Star Award . read it here
Economy Auto Parts Returns as Kart it here
Limbacher Memorial Returns, Kluck Favored . . read it here
Anderson Hungry for Second Rumble Midget Win . . read it here
Kart Racing Remains Integral Part of it here
Liguori Is Frustrated But Remains Determined. . . read it here
Jason Dietsch Returns as Rumble Sponsor . . . read it here
Rumble in Fort Wayne Marks Silver Anniversary . . . read it here

                  Tony Stewart                                                                                           Philip Schneider                                                                                             John Ivy

                                                                 Blake Harris photos

It's a Stewart deja vu with Saturday night repeat....
Schneider in near-dreamlike Kart performance, QM drivers shine....
John Ivy redeems himself with Saturday 600 sweep....

                  Tony Stewart                                        Nate Franklin

                                           Blake Harris photos

Tony Stewart returns to the top of the heap with Friday win....
Nate Franklin snaps John Ivy streak as Karts and QM complete Friday program.....
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Dallas Breeze photos



On Saturday, November 11 the Indiana Racing Memorial Association (IRMA) formally recognized the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum as the site of USAC's (United States Auto Club) first-ever race.  Gene Hartley entered the history books on January 6, 1956 as USAC"s very first winner.

A historical marker designation was placed on the grounds to preserve the historical moment.   Among the group shown here are Carolyn Hartley-Johns, wife of Gene Hartley, Randy Brown (General Manager of the War Memorial Coliseum) and Dick Jordan (USAC VP of Communications).

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