It may have taken Tony Stewart five years to return to the Rumble in Fort Wayne, but by all accounts, it was as if he’d never left after watching his performance throughout the weekend.
Though Travis Welpott wasn’t quite the happiest driver inside the Allen County Memorial Expo Center following Saturday’s finale to the 20th annual Rumble in Fort Wayne, it was easy to see that he was pretty close to it.
Long-time national midget competitor Joe Liguori earned the highest honor available at the Rumble in Fort Wayne on Saturday night, receiving the fourth annual David Lesiecki Award for Untiring Dedication and Devotion to Motorsports.
As a kid, Nick Hamilton played with toy Hot Wheels cars and pretended he was racing – and winning – at the Allen County Memorial Expo Center.
John Ivy steamrolled to a sweep of the two 25-lap 600cc mini sprint features Saturday during the conclusion to the 20th annual Rumble in Fort Wayne, winning in both the winged and non-winged classes.
Jake Shelley picked up the win in the highest-paying go-kart feature ever to run at the Rumble in Fort Wayne on Saturday, banking $2,000 during the John Limbacher Memorial.
Mike Fedorcak grinned from ear to ear after climbing from his car in the midst of a resurgent weekend at the Allen County Memorial Coliseum Expo Center.
While the top two finishers in Friday night’s 20th annual Rumble in Fort Wayne national midget feature were grizzled veterans, two rookies did their part to impress the crowd as well.
Check out highlights from the 50-lap national midget feature that headlined the opening night of the 20th annual Rumble in Fort Wayne on Friday at the Allen County Memorial Expo Center!
Russ Gamester re-writes the record books every time he wins at the Allen County Memorial Expo Center, and Friday night, he did so again during the opener to the 20th annual Rumble in Fort Wayne.
John Ivy and Clay Sanders did their parts to take home a piece of Rumble in Fort Wayne history on Friday night, winning their respective micro features during the 20th edition of the indoor racing classic.
Trey Osborne may be only 14 years old, but he stands tall despite the fact that he’ll be making his debut start at the Allen County Memorial Expo Center this weekend during the 20th annual Rumble in Fort Wayne.