For defending Rumble in Fort Wayne national midget champion Kyle Hamilton, walking into the Allen County Memorial Expo Center on Thursday afternoon as a winner was a new feeling.
Austin Nemire always looks to take home a trophy when he comes to a race track to compete, but his plan of attack is going to be a little bit different this year when he rolls out to qualify during the 20th annual Rumble in Fort Wayne.
Chase Briscoe may have been at the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series banquet on Saturday night to collect the tour’s Most Popular Driver Award, but he also made a big announcement during the celebration as well.
27-year-old sprint car driver Landon Simon will pilot the No. 24 Mt. Baker Vapor Esslinger/XXX during this year’s Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals, Jan. 7-15 at Tulsa Expo Raceway.
If anyone who attends the Rumble in Fort Wayne indoor midget races from year to year needs an example of why the event promotes the aspects of family and friends as much as they do the racing product, they need not look any further than the Corson family.
24-year-old Kyle Hamilton finally put an 11-year winless drought at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum to rest on Saturday night, taking the most famed car owners in midget racing history to a win in the finale of the 19th annual Rumble in Fort Wayne.
Night one of the 19th annual Rumble in Fort Wayne proved two things in the headlining National Midget class: Nick Hamilton came to win at the Coliseum, and he earned the respect of his competitors despite just missing out on that goal.
Most national midget drivers that take time out of their winter holiday to compete at the Rumble in Fort Wayne come to the Allen County Coliseum Expo Center looking for a victory on the flat sixth-mile.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. — Audio and story by Race Chaser Online Managing Editor Jacob Seelman — Chris Seelman photo — Two years ago, Russ Gamester and his 1977 Grant King chassis blew the doors off of the Rumble Racing Series National Midget field to win their first Rumble in Fort Wayne A-Feature. On Saturday night, however, it took capitalizing on …
FORT WAYNE, Ind. — Audio, story and photo by Race Chaser Online Managing Editor Jacob Seelman — Derek Bischak continued the “sweep” theme to qualifying for the 2015 Rumble in Fort Wayne on Saturday, blistering the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum floor and moving his career National Midget Quick Time Award total to three with the Rumble Racing Series. Bischak, …
FORT WAYNE, Ind. – official series release — Rowana Ray photo — Eight previous winners are included on the most recent entry list for the Midget portion of the 18th annual Rumble in Fort Wayne, including a pair of 2014 victors – Justin Peck and Brandon Knupp. While the previous winner tag is impressive, it really offers no guarantee as …
FORT WAYNE, Ind. – official event release by Larry Boos — Chris Seelman photo — One of the more versatile drivers in short track racing, Matt Westfall will be among the hopefuls to make the midget division starting field when the 18th annual Rumble in Fort Wayne unfolds Dec. 26-27 inside the massive Memorial Coliseum Expo Center. Most recently, the …
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