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Upwards of 85 races, 4 Pit Areas and 17 Classes Add to Complexity

FORT WAYNE, IND (December 12, 2021) – With upwards of 85 racing events, excluding practice sessions, on tap each night of the 23rd Rumble in Fort Wayne presented by Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales, putting together a fluid agenda can often be difficult. Factoring in 17 classes of racing among 5 divisions, with pits located in 4 different areas of the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum adds complexity to the planning. To aid with an orderly flow of events, Rumble officials have released timetables for the December 17/18 event.

“We are fortunate to have pretty much the same crew of officials year after year,” commented promoter Larry Boos. “They know their roles and perform them flawlessly and collectively as a team, with fantastic cooperation from the race teams.  Sure, there are some hiccups along the way, and unexpected things happen, but the neat thing is, that is mostly behind the scenes and the fans don’t notice anything other than a non-stop show.”

Racing on the 1/6 mile concrete oval inside of the massive building will be Midgets, LiUNA non-winged 600cc Midgets, North Baltimore Custom Cuts winged 600cc Midgets and multiple classes of Baker Racing Engines Quarter Midgets (Junior Honda, Senior Honda, Light 160, Heavy 160, Animal Combined and Heavy 120). Go-Kart classes include Economy Auto Parts 330 Clone, Bob Buescher Homes 360 Clone, Coe Heating & Air Junior 3, Jeremy Howe Racing Senior Champ, Wedge, Kid Kart and 400 Clone. An impressive entry list has already been compiled and will continue to grow through the race weekend as entries are also accepted day of the show.

The busy Rumble in Fort Wayne presented by Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales weekend kicks off Thursday with a move-in of race cars and an optional practice session that evening, while Friday and Saturday will see complete racing programs each day. Spectator gates will open at 11 a.m. The afternoon segment is reserved primarily for the Go-Kart and Quarter Midget preliminaries and main events, while the evening segment focuses most upon the Midgets and 600cc Midget classes. A complete agenda of daily activities will be posted on

Advance tickets are available through any Ticketmaster outlet or at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum box office, and on race-day. For those unable to make the trek to Fort Wayne, this year’s program will be live streamed in its entirety via Pit Row TV and SPEED SPORT TV.