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Justin Peck Grabs Redemption With Saturday Victory     submitted by Jacob Seelman

    One year after illness kept him out of competition at the Rumble in Fort Wayne, Justin Peck came back with a vengeance and proved he still has what it takes to succeed inside the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum.
Peck started from the pole and led from start to finish en route to capturing Saturday night’s 50-lap midget feature, his third victory in Rumble competition and first since …………  click here to read full story and see Midget results

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Dustin Heath Powers to Limbacher Memorial Kart Win     submitted by Jacob Seelman

   Dustin Heath claimed one of the richest prizes in indoor go-kart racing by winning Saturday night’s second annual John Limbacher Memorial, held as part of the 21st annual Rumble in Fort Wayne.

The 20-lap feature for the Clone 360 division headlined a full day of racing for the go-kart and quarter midget fields inside the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum, with winners...…………click here to read full story and see Kart & Quarter Midget results

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John Ivy Keeps on Rolling With 2 More 600cc Wins     submitted by Jacob Seelman

   John Ivy completed a perfect Rumble in Fort Wayne weekend on Saturday night by becoming the first driver to sweep all four 600cc micro features inside the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum.

Ivy followed up his wins in the winged and non-winged micro classes on...…    click here to read full story and see 600cc results

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Hometown Boy Geoff Kaiser Grabs Initial Rumble Win     submitted by Jacob Seelman

One of the hometown heroes of the Rumble in Fort Wayne finally cracked the code to victory lane on Friday night during the 21st edition of the indoor midget-car classic.

Fort Wayne native Geoff Kaiser, making his 19th A-main start...….                    click here to read full story and see Midget results

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John Ivy Sweeps, Karts and Quarter Midgets Shine          submitted by Jacob Seelman

John Ivy added yet another notch to his incredible Rumble in Fort Wayne career by sweeping Friday night’s pair of 600cc micro sprint features at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum.

Ivy won both the winged and non-winged races on the Coliseum floor for the second time, pushing his career win total in Rumble competition...... 

                                                                                                                                               click here to read full story and see 600cc results

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Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales Returns as Rumble Sponsor

Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales is returning as a presenting sponsor of this year's 21st Rumble in Fort Wayne (December 28 & 29), and for good reasons.  "The success of any marketing camping is determined by the sales it produces", commented Jason Dietsch, owner of the Edgerton, OH business.  "We sold several trailers through our sponsorship of, and presence at, the Rumble in 2017, so it only makes good business sense to return this year."

Dietsch is stepping up even more this year, in a move that will aid drivers ages 14 and under in the Go-Kart and Quarter Midget divisions.  As detailed on the entry form.....continue reading here

Annual Rumble in Fort Wayne Provides Unique Challenge to Drivers

Unlike other sports, the auto racing 'playing field' is not restricted by standard measurements; opening the door to a wide variety of sizes, shapes and surfaces for the 'players'.  This results in exceptional challenges for race teams in their quest for victory.   December 28 & 29 provides one of the most unique tests when a 1/6 mile concrete oval is constructed within the confines of the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum Expo Center for the 21st annual Rumble in Fort Wayne.

The temporary race track, measuring at just under 850' in overall length, …...continue reading here

It's Hamilton in Victory Lane Again this Year
But this year it is Nick instead of Kyle
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Russ Gamester Snares Friday Night Victory
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INDIANA RACING MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION

RECOGNIZES WAR MEMORIAL COLISEUM

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).