Baker Racing Engines Helping Rumble Quarter Midget Racers

FORT WAYNE, Ind. – Recognized as one of the foremost engine builders in the quarter midget industry, Baker Racing Engines has joined forces with the Rumble in Fort Wayne presented by Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales.

With support from Baker, each pre-entered quarter midget driver at the Rumble in Fort Wayne on Dec. 17-18 will receive a rebate towards their pit pass fee.

“At Baker Racing Engines we focus on quality, rather than quantity and pride ourselves in the race results of our customers,” said Steve Baker of Baker Racing Engines. “We have followed the Rumble through the years and feel their operation mirrors that mission. We are excited to help out the teams that support this great event.”

Quarter midget racing at the Rumble is unique and challenging. The biggest difference is the track size. A typical track size for quarter midget racing is one-twentieth-of-a-mile while the purpose-built concrete oval inside of Fort Wayne’s Allen County War Memorial Coliseum is a sixth-mile track, nearly three-times larger. With the amplified size comes increased speeds that require a completely different driving style and chassis set-up.

Each day of the Rumble in Fort Wayne features a full program (qualifying, two rounds of heats and an A-Main) for the six classes of quarter midget racing being offered and will join the full-sized midgets, winged and non-winged 600cc midgets and go-karts in the 23rd presentation of the annual indoor racing event.

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.

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