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DSC_0136FORT 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