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3 DAY EVENT! Midgets, winged and non winged modified midgets (600’s) quarter midgets and karts on tap with full shows- See schedule- Kevin Lillard photo
The 17th annual Rumble In Fort Wayne- Rowana Ray photo
Fans may purchase a pit pass that includes a general admission seat on race days. Reserved and general admission tickets are available in advance. Rowana Ray photo
Reserved and General Admission Tickets May be Ordered By Mail In Advance. Pit Passes Must Be Bought Days Of Events. E-mail email@example.com with amount, type of tickets and address. We will confirm the process by e-mail. Mail orders that arrive after December 21 will be held at the Coliseum ticket office will call window for pickup the day of the race..The following methods of payment are accepted: Cash, MasterCard, Visa, Discover and (Personal checks must arrive at least 10 days prior to the event.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. – The “Rumble in Fort Wayne” will expand to include two divisions utilizing 600cc-powered dirt cars, event organizer Tony Barhorst has announced.
Unrestricted and restricted non-winged 600cc modified midgets will join midgets, winged outlaw modified midgets, karts and quarter midgets in the 16th annual indoor event on Friday, Dec. 27 and Saturday, Dec. 28 at the Memorial Coliseum Expo Center. An optional practice session is scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 26 on the 1/6-mile indoor concrete track.
Rules and entry forms are available at www.rumbleseries.com (click on Driver Info).
“After much discussion on our 600 classes, I have decided to add both unrestricted and restricted dirt-only 600 divisions,” Barhorst said. “When I say dirt only, I certainly mean it as these cars will be teched closely to Indiana outdoor dirt 600 rules. We will be adding rules soon to assure that these are not specialty cars.”
FORT WAYNE, Ind. Billy Wease couldn’t believe it. Neither could Tony Stewarts legion of fans. In a race in which the invincible Stewart dropped out before halfway with a blown engine, Wease charged from the final starting position to capture Fridays 50-lap midget feature on the opening night of the 15th annual Rumble in Fort Wayne. I kept on diggin, man, an almost delirious Wease said from the makeshift victory lane at the Memorial Coliseum Expo Center, his face splitting into a grin. ll tell you what, I was pretty upset I had to start last. But there was a bunch of crashes, a bunch of crap going on. I stayed in it and let everyone else put themselves out. In coming from the 14th starting spot in the 14-car field and from the rear again after being caught up in a three-car tangle on lap 26 Wease, 26, notched his fourth career victory at the 1/6-mile track and fifth overall indoors. Read More