Boos Honored With David Lesiecki Award

— The Rumble in Fort Wayne’s “jack of all trades” and diligent promoter, Larry Boos, was permanently etched into the fabric of the indoor racing spectacular’s lore on Friday night. The award was created in 2014 to honor the late Lesiecki, who passed away prior to that year’s Rumble and was instrumental in the operation and success of the quarter midget class at the event for many years. While the David Lesiecki Award has primarily been presented to Rumble competitors in the past, Diana Lesiecki noted that this year, the Lesiecki family wanted to honor the man responsible for making the Rumble happen year after year — and whose work ethic “defines the meaning of the word untiring.”. “The Rumble website states that this award is presented to the person who best represents the passion and dedication that David Lesiecki had for racing and for our family. We couldn’t be more grateful to him for all he’s done for the Rumble.”. The award was not presented in 2020, when the Rumble was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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