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October 13, 2018 - Howard Moore Earns Pole Position in First Flip-Flop Feature
1The United Sprint Car Series (USCS) sanctioned the opening round of the annual Flip Flop 54 on Friday night as 33 competitors converged on the 1/4-mile gumbo oval.

Howard started his night by winning his heat race from the pole position in his Dynamic Electric No. 40 Sprinter. Via his performance he was the fourth-highest point earner, which locked him into the pole scramble.

Howard charged to the win in the pole scramble to lock into the pole position for the first of two Saturday night, $2,700-to-win features. Unfortunately, rain on Saturday would force the balance of the weekend to be postponed by October 27.

Full results from the events are available at www.USCSracing.com.

October 6, 2018 - Howard Moore Finishes Third in 31st Annual COMP Cams Short Track Nationals; Clinches 2018 ASCS Mid-South Region Championship
1Howard Moore entered the opening round of the 31st annual COMP Cams Short Track Nationals at I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Arkansas) on Friday night.

With 73 Sprinters entered Howard won his heat race from the third-starting position. He started fourth in his qualifier before slipping to a sixth-place finish. Via points, he started fourth in the B-Main. Moore challenged for the third-and-final transfer spot for the duration of the B-Main, before finishing fourth, which left him one spot short of a transfer, ending his night.

On Saturday night the stakes were raised as a $10,141 top prize was posted for the finale of the mega event. Seventy-four drivers looked to take their best shot at notching their names into the history books, and Howard hit the ground running by winning his heat race from the third-starting spot. He backed up his heat race performance with a fifth-to-second run in his qualifier.

1Via his preliminary performances Howard locked into not only the feature, but also the Mike Pack Building Materials Dash for Cash. Charging to the $500 win in the Dash, Howard earned the pole position for the 41-lap finale, where he was joined on the front row by Joe B Miller.

As the feature went green Howard jumped to the early lead and extended his early advantage to as much as half a straight away over Miller and a hard-charging Blake Hahn.

Moore led until lap 13, when Hahn shot by for the lead. He pursued the new leader for the next several laps. Late in the race, Sam Hafertepe Jr. moved in to challenge Moore for the runner-up spot and the duo battled side by side for the ensuing circuits. Hafterepe Jr. eventually took over the runner-up spot, pushing Howard back to the third position.

The Memphis, Tennessee racer went on to finish third behind Hahn and Hafertepe Jr. and with his effort achieved the best COMP Cams Short Track Nationals finish of his career. With his performance he also clinched the 2018 American Sprint Car Series Mid-South Region Championship.

"My Friday night performance wasn't too spectacular, but we definitely turned it around on Saturday night," Moore commented. "To finish third in the Short Track Nationals might not seem like a big deal to a lot of people, but it's something very special to me. Our goal is to always win, but a podium in a race of that magnitude feels like a win. To also claim the ASCS Mid-South Region Championship on the same night, just makes things that much sweeter.

"I am grateful to Mr. Mike Ward for all he's done to help my team this year. I also want to recognize my Dad, Rickey and Mr. Billy for all of their hard work. Even on those nights, when I fall out of the seat they stand behind me. Last, but not least I want to thank all of my sponsors and my fans for their never-ending support."

Full results from the event are available at www.I-30Speedway.com.

September 29, 2018 - Howard Moore Returns to Action at Riverside
1After a one-week break, Howard Moore returned to the driver's seat on Saturday night with a trip to Riverside International Speedway (West Memphis, Arkansas).

Seventeen Sprint Cars entered the event at the historic, 1/4-mile oval, and Howard hit the ground running to start the night by winning his heat race from the pole position.

His heat-race outing locked Howard into the outside-front-row starting spot for the 27-lap finale, which paid honor to the late Greg Hodnett. He raced in the Top 5 throughout the finale before crossing the finish line in third behind Howard Moore and Dale Howard.

Full results from the event are available at www.RiversideInternationalSpeedway.com.

September 15, 2018 - Howard Moore Returns to Action at I-30 Speedway
1After a few weeks away from the track, Howard Moore returned to action on Saturday night in the Dynamic Electric No. 40 Sprint Car at Tracey Clay's I-30 Speedway. (Jones Sports Media photo)

The annual Ralph Henson Memorial was on tap with a $2,046 top prize on the line as the American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) Mid-South Region and ASCS Red River Region sanctioned the event.

With 38 entries on hand, Howard drew the biggest pill possible at the pill draw. As a result he was scheduled to start eighth in his heat race. After seeing a driver scratch from the heat, Howard started sixth before advancing to a third-place finish.

His heat-race performance locked Moore into the redraw for the dash, where he pulled the fourth-starting spot. He then raced to a second-place finish in the dash to earn the outside-front-row starting spot for the feature.

In the main event Howard was running in the third position on lap 20, when he spun. He rejoined the tail of the field before registering a 13th-place finish.

Full results from the event are available at www.ASCSracing.com.

August 25, 2018 - Mechanical Failure Sidelines Moore at Lexington 104
1Howard Moore suffered a heartbreak on Saturday night during the United Sprint Car Series (USCS) sanctioned contest at Lexington 104 Speedway.

The pilot was of the Dynamic Electric No. 40 Sprinter was fast on the move in the finale in the finale, when he lost power.

"We had an amazing car, and then suddenly something let go in the powerplant," Moore said. "We charged from 10th to second and had absolutel rocket ship, until something let go with four laps remaining. I hate it for my team, and everyone that supports me. We'll take a few weeks off to regroup and come back stronger than ever."

A sixth-to-fifth run in his heat race, positioned Howard 10th on the starting grid for the feature. On the opening lap he went from 10th to third, and soon took over the second spot. Moore was pursuing leader, Derek Hagar, when his engine expired with just four laps remaining.

Howard was credited with a 13th-place finish in the final rundown.

Full results from the events are available at www.USCSracing.com.

August 11, 2018 - Howard Moore Battles Bad Luck at King of the Wings
Howard Moore had high hopes heading into Saturday night's King of the Wings event at Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, Mississippi).

Moore would unfortunately see his hopes for a win dashed early in the American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) Mid-South Region, sanctioned event.

"I started second in the first heat, and we were leading the race from the start, but got taken out on lap six of the eight-lap heat race," Moore said. "We got the car good enough to roll so that we could just start the feature. Basically, the car was junked from the heat race incident. I have to give it to my crew though because they worked hard all night to give me a good car. I definitely had one until I got taken out on lap-6 of the heat race."

Twenty-four entries took part in the event, and Howard was credited with a 22nd-place finish after retiring early from the feature.

Full results from the event are available at www.ASCSracing.com.

August 4, 2018 - Podium Finish in Cody Burks Memorial at Riverside
1Howard entered a very special event on Saturday night as he took part in the annual Cody Burks Memorial at Riverside International Speedway (West Memphis, Arkansas).

Making a rare 305 c.i. Winged Sprint Car start, Howard looked to top the field of 30 entries.

He hit the ground running in heat race action by charging from the fourth-starting spot to the win, which earned him the fourth-starting position for the feature.

Howard quickly worked his way into the runner-up position in the feature as he tried to keep Dale Howard behind him, while challenging Cody Gardner for the lead. Late in the race, Dale Howard slipped past Moore in lapped track to take the second position. Moore went on to finish third behind Cody Gardner and Dale Howard.

"We had an absolute blast on Saturday night at Riverside," Howard said. "This is a very special event, and I want to thank Mr. Barry Simmerman and B.J. Simmerman for generously loaning me an engine to run on the race. We came up a little bit short on the win, but it was still a fantastic night."

Full results from the event are available at www.RiversideInternationalSpeedway.com.

July 28, 2018 - Part Failure Ends Howard Moore's Night at I-30 Speedway
1The American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) Mid-South Region and Red River Region hooked horns on Saturday night at I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Arkansas), where Howard was one of 24 entries.

He started his outing with a heat-race win from the third-starting spot, which earned him a spot in the redraw.

A seven in the redraw found Howard starting on the fourth row for the 25-lap feature. Early in the race Moore worked his way into the third position, but bad luck struck on lap 16. The rear mount broke on the top wing of his familiar #40 Sprint Car, allowing the wing to fall forward.

Howard ducked into the pits, but the feature resumed before he could rejoin the pack, which brought his night to an early end in the 14th position.

Howard continues to lead the ASCS Mid-South Region points. Full results from the event are available at www.ASCSracing.com.

July 21, 2018 - Howard Moore Races to Runner-Up Finish at Riverside
1Howard Moore went into battle with the American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) Mid-South Region on Saturday night at Riverside International Speedway (West Memphis, Arkansas). (Jacob Seelman photo)

With 15 entries on hand, Howard won his heat race from the pole position to earn the third-starting spot for the 25-lap feature.

Howard ran third for the first 10 circuits before jumping to the runner-up spot on lap 11. He set his sights on the leader, Sammy Swindell and would pursue the veteran for the remainder of the feature before crossing the finish line with a runner-up finish.

Full results from the event are available at www.ASCSracing.com.

June 30, 2018 - Moore Storms to ASCS Midsouth Speedweek Wins
1Howard Moore kicked off the 2018 American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) Mid-South Region Speedweek in fine style on Thursday night with a win at Riverside International Speedway (West Memphis, Arkansas). (Jones Sports Media photo)

Twenty-five entries took part in the program, and after dueling for the win in his heat race, Howard finished second, which locked him into the third-starting spot for the feature.

Moore stalked leader Brad Bowden for the first 19 circuits before grabbing the lead. Once out front the pilot of the Dynamic Electric #40 Sprinter cruised to his third victory of 2018.

He was followed across the finish line by Marshall Skinner, Tim Crawley, Derek Hagar, and Brad Bowden.

On Friday night the action shifted to Crowley's Ridge Raceway (Paragould, Arkansas), where 24 entries took to the tight bullring. Howard raced from the eighth-starting spot to a second-place finish in his heat race, which earned him a spot in the redraw.

The redraw presented Moore with the third-starting spot for the feature for the second-straight night. Howard raced at the front of the field throughout the action-packed, 25-lap feature before crossing the finish line in second behind race winner, Derek Hagar. Marshall Skinner, Jeremy Middleton and Brad Bowden completed the Top-5 finishers.

1Tracey Clay's I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Arkansas) played host to the Speedweek action on Saturday night. For the third-straight night Howard pulled a big number at the pill draw. After racing to a third-place finish from his seventh-starting spot in heat race action, Howard received the outside-front-row starting spot for the 25-lap finale.

Moore took control of the lead from Zach Pringle on the second circuit and went on to cruise to his second win of the week and fourth of the season! Tim Crawley, Derek Hagar, Zach Pringle and Dustin Gates completed the Top-5 finishers.

Howard wrapped up the weekend on Sunday night at Diamond Park Speedway (Nashville, Arkansas), where he notched a fourth-place finish behind Brian Bell, Tim Crawley and Marshall Skinner.

Full results from the events are available at www.ASCSracing.com.

June 23, 2018 - Podium Finish at Legit Speedway Park for Howard Moore
1Howard Moore entered new territory on Saturday night by traveling to Legit Speedway Park (West Plains, Missouri) to compete with the American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) Mid-South Region and ASCS Warrior Region.

Fifteen Sprint Cars looked to tackle the prestine, 3/8-mile oval. Howard won his heat race from the second-starting spot before drawing the fourth-starting spot for the finale.

In the 25-lap feature he advanced to finish third behind race winner, Miles Paulus and Marshall Skinner.

"We had a great time on Saturday night at Legit Speedway Park, but the whole weekend was most definitely overshadowed by the untimely passing of Jason Johnson," Moore commented. "Saturday night was a horrible reminder that sport I love so much can be devastating. Please keep Mrs. Bobbi, Jaxx and the rest of the family and racing community in your thoughts and prayers as they process the loss of Jason.

"I had much respect for him being able to run his own team and see him spend time with his family while on the road. He was no doubt a champion and will be sorely missed. I am grateful I had the opportunity to race him on several occasions."

Full results from the event are available at www.ASCSracing.com.

June 16, 2018 - Howard Moore Invades St. Francois County Raceway
1Howard Moore traveled north on Saturday night to compete in a 410 c.i. Winged Sprint Car event at St. Francois County Raceway (Farmington, Missouri).

Howard kicked off his outing with a win from the fourth-starting spot in his heat race, which earned him a spot in the dash.

The dash redraw positioned Howard sixth in the dash, and he would drive to a fourth-place finish, which is where he started in the feature.

He ran in the Top 5 throughout the feature. Howard was sitting in third on the white flag lap, when his engine began to overheat, forcing him to the infield.

"I hate to have to pull to the infield with just one lap remaining, but I didn't want to risk hurting the motor," Moore commented. "It was a tough way to end the night, but overall we still had a great time, and we had a lot of speed. We'll regroup and head onto the next event."

For full results from the event, please visit www.SFCRaceway.com.

June 2, 2018 - Howard Moore Rolls to USCS Sprint Car Triumph at Riverside
1Howard Moore returned to action with the 22nd Anniversary United Sprint Car Series Speedweek over the weekend.

On Friday night the team competed at Johnny Stokes' Magnolia Motor Speedway (Columbus, Mississippi). With 26 entries in action, Howard finished third in his heat race to lock into the 11th-starting spot for the finale.

It was an eventful feature for the talented young pilot. He charged to the Top 5 before losing a few spots after doing a mid-race 360. Then on the final lap he lost power in turn three, which resulted in him losing another spot. He was credited with a seventh-place finish.

Saturday night found Howard returning to the driver's seat at his home track - Riverside International Speedway (West Memphis, Arkansas) in the USCS Speedweek finale. It would prove to be a career-night for Howard Moore and his team.

With 31 entries registered for competition Howard's night got off to a fast start with a seventh-to-third run in his heat race, which locked him into the feature redraw.

The redraw positioned Howard fourth on the starting grid for the feature. By lap 7 of the finale he had rocketed his way into the lead. He went on to lead the final 23 laps to score his second win of the year.

Sammy Swindell, Tim Crawley, Derek Hagar and Tony Stewart completed the Top-5 finishers.

"Saturday at Riverside was an incredible night for our team," Moore said. "That was a really talented field, and our car was just awesome from the time that we unloaded. I want to thank Mr. Mike Ward for all he did to help me this weekend with getting my car dialed in. The win was a collaborative win from so many people, and I'm extremely grateful to everyone who helps me. I'm really proud of what we were able to accomplish. This win is dedicated to our sponsors, our fans, and everyone who supports our team."

Full results from the event are available at www.USCSracing.com.

May 27, 2018 - Howard Moore Competes in Memorial Day Weekend Action
1Howard Moore was able to dodge the wet weather to open his Memorial day weekend of racing on Saturday night at Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, Mississippi) with the United Sprint Car Series (USCS).

With 15 entries in action, Howard raced to a fifth-place finish in his heat race, which locked him into the eighth-starting position for the 20th annual Ival Cooper Memorial at the 1/4-mile oval.

Unfortunately his night came to an early end on lap 11 after a broken front-end forced him pitside.

Sunday evening found Howard competing with the Built Ford Tough Midwest Open Wheel Association (MOWA) Sprint Cars at Jacksonville Speedway (Jacksonville, Illinois). Twenty-three drivers took to the 1/4-mile oval, and Howard started his night by qualifying sixth fastest.

Via the invert he started third in his heat race before finishing fourth, which sent him to the redraw. In the redraw he received the fifth-starting spot.

Moore raced his way into the third spot late in the race before bad luck struck. Another competitor made contact with him, which cut his right-rear tire down with just five laps to go. The flat tire ended his night.

Full results from the events are available at www.USCSracing.com and www.MidwestOpenWheel.com.

May 19, 2018 - Howard Moore Finishes Fifth in Hooker Hood Classic
1Howard Moore made the short trip to his home track - Riverside International Speedway - on Saturday night, wher ehe took part in the ninth annual Hooker Hood Classic.

Eighteen Sprint Cars entered the event at the famed, 1/4- mile oval, and after advancing from the eighth-starting spot to a fifth-place finish in his heat race, Howard locked into the seventh-starting spot for the feature.

He would on to race his way to a 5th-place finish behind Zach Pringle, Sammy Swindell, Derek Hagar and Dale Howard.

Full results from the event are available at www.RiversideInternationalSpeedway.com.

May 12, 2018 - Howard Moore Charges to Sixth Place Finish at I-30 Speedwy
1Howard Moore hooked horns with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) National tour on Saturday night at Tracey Clay's I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Arkansas.

A talent-laden field of 38 entries invaded the 1/4-mile oval, and a fifth-place finish in his heat race relegated Howard to the B-Main.

After starting fifth in the B-Main, Howard raced to the third-and-final transfer spot, which locked him into the 22nd-starting spot for the main event.

Moore enjoyed an awesome run in the feature as he advanced 16 positions to record a sixth-place finish.

Full results from the event are available at www.ASCSracing.com.

April 28, 2018 - Howard Moore Competes at PIR & Tennessee National Raceway
1Howard Moore made his inaugural trip to Paducah International Raceway (Paducah, Kentucky) on Friday night, where he competed with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) National tour.

Thirty-two entries took to the 3/8-mile, high-banked oval, and a fifth-place finish in his heat race, relegated Moore to the B-Main.

A runner-up performance in the B-Main snet Howard to the main event, where he started 18th.

During the course of the finale he improved ten spots to finish eighth.

Saturday night found the team at Tennessee National Raceway (Hohenwald, Tennessee), where the ASCS Mid-South Region was in action. Via prelim action Howard locked into the fourth starting spot for the feature.

Unfortunately the team would miss the setup for the finale, and he slipped back to an eighth-place finish.

Full results from the event are available at www.ASCSracing.com.

April 20, 2018 - Howard Moore Races with WoO Sprints at The Ditch
1Howard Moore hooked horns with the greastest show on dirt on Friday night, when he went into battle against the World of Outlaw Craftsman Sprint Car Series at Riverside International Speedway (West Memphis, Arkansas).

With 32 entries looking to earn a spot in the coveted feature line-up, Howard qualified 19th in time trials.

Starting fifth in his heat race, Howard locked into the main event with a fifth place finish. It marked the first time he had ever earned a WoO start.

He would go onto start 19th in the feature before finishing 20th.

"It was an amazing feeling to get my first Outlaws start, and while I'd liked to have finished a little better I know that it will come with seat time," Moore said. "I just want to again think each and every person who supports me and my racing program!"

Full results are available at www.WorldofOutlaws.com.

March 31, 2018 - Howard Moore Tops Hammer Hill for First Win of 2018
1Howard Moore visited Victory Lane for the first time in 2018 on Saturday with a triumph at Tracey Clay's I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Arkansas).

With 19 entries looking claim the win on the eve of Easter, Howard raced from the eighth-starting spot in his heat race to a runner-up finish, which locked him into the pole position for the feature event.

After battling early-race cautions, Howard slipped back to the second position behind Ernie Ainsworth. However, on a restart - following a red flag - Moore shot into the top spot. Once out front he never looked back on his way to claiming his first win of 2018.

"Sometimes you have those nights where everything falls into place, and you have a good night from the time that you leave for the races, until you arrive back at the shop. Saturday night was one of those nights as my team and I brought home the checkers," Moore said. "To say that I need to thank Mr. Mike (Ward) would be an understatement. We have worked hard this week, getting the car back together to go back racing. It's so nice to have somone who I think enjoys the shop time as much as I do."

Howard concluded by noting, "Thanks to everyone who supports my team and helped me last night. Mr. Billy, Rickey Holder, and Dad did a great job having me ready to race. I am so fortunate to have assembled a team that I think is going to be great this year and hope we continue on as such."

Full results from the event are available at www.I-30Speedway.com.

March 24, 2018 - Rainy Bama Night Sees Moore Finish Battle Mechanical Woes
1Howard Moore Racing invaded sweet home Alabama on Saturday night to race with the United Sprint Car Series (USCS).

It would prove to be a long-night at the 1/3-mile oval as rain struck just before hot laps, forcing the start of the program to be delayed a few hours. Moore started his night with a fourth-to-second charge in the K&N Filters Dash.

Heat race action found Howard advancing from the seventh-starting spot to a second-place finish. The prelim performance resulted in Moore being the high point man. However an invert of four, resulted in him starting fourth for the finale. Howard ran in the third spot - behind Dale Howard and Tony Stewart - for much of the event before a broken rear end with five laps to go ended his night. He was credited with a ninth-place finish.

Full results from the event are available at www.USCSracing.com.

March 17, 2018 - Howard Moore Turns in Top-10 at Hammer Hill Opener
1Howard Moore traveled to I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Arkansas) on Saturday night to take part in the facilities' 2018 season opener. (Jones Sports Media photo)

Twenty-one Sprinters converged on the the 1/4-mile bullring. A runner-up finish in his heat race positioned Howard with the fifth-starting spot for the finale.

Early in the feature, Howard worked his way up to the second spot as he fought tooth and nail to catch the leader Tim Crawley and keep Sammy Swindell behind him.

Unfortunately just past the halfway mark, Howard slipped off the track in turn one to draw the caution. He was able to rejoin the tail of the field before rebounding to a 10th-place finish.

"We had a really great car, and I just got into turn one a little too hot that one lap and we slid off the track," Moore recounted. "Luckily we were able to restart on the tail and keep going. Thanks to my crew, my sponsors, and everyone who supports me."

Full results from the event are available at www.I-30Speedway.com.

March 10, 2018 - Howard Moore Competes in the 3rd Annual Shamrock Classic
1Howard Moore traveled to the Southern Illinois Center (Du Quoin, Illinois) on Saturday to compete in the 3rd Annual Shamrock Classic with the USAC National Midget Series.

Behind the wheel of the Chris Chappue #41 Midget, Howard started eighth in the first heat race. Unable to advance he finished eighth.

Qualifier action found him advancing rom the 11th-starting spot to a fourth-place finish, which positioned him starting fourth on the grid for the B-Main.

The B-Main saw most of the competitors on the bottom of the track, so Howard tested the waters on the high side. He would fight tooth and nail but fell short of a transfer spot with a sixth-place finish.

"I obviously wanted to be in the feature but for my second night in this car on this track, I was pretty pleased with our performance,' Moore said. "I can't thank Mr. Chris Chappue enough for allowing me to drive his car, and I really appreciate his patience as I learn this new type of driving. I can't wait for the next opportunity!"

Full results from the event are available at www.USACracing.com.

March 3, 2018 - Howard Moore Lifts the Lid on 2018 at The Mag
1Howard Moore opened the 2018 season on Saturday night at Johnny Stokes' Magnolia Motor Speedway, where he was competing with the United Sprint Car Series (USCS).

Twenty-seven Sprint Cars entered the 10th annual Frostbuster 150 atop a tricky and challenging, racing surface A fourth-to-third run in his heat race locked Howard into the 10th-starting spot for the feature event.

By the second lap of the feature he was already up to the sixth position, when he hooked a rut and spun. He would rejoin the back of the pack and rebound to finish eighth.

"Columbus has never been my track, but we are slowly getting better there," Moore said. "My first night with Mr. Mike (Ward) in the pits was great. I really appreciate the time he has taken with me to help me progress. I also want to than Chad Jones, Rickey Holder, Ethan Barrow, Kyle, Mr. Billy, and my dad for their great help!"

Full results from the event are available at www.USCSracing.com.

January 23, 2018 - Moore Ends 2017 Season With Four Wins
The 2017 season saw Howard Moore compete in a total of 39 events while visiting victory lane four times. With the weather determining the outcome of eight of his scheduled dates, Moore collected 21 Top-10 outings and nine Top-5 finishes.

December 16, 2017 - Howard Moore Makes Midget Debut at DuQuoin
1Howard Moore traveled to DuQuoin, Illinois on Saturday to compete in the Junior Knepper 55, where he was wheeling a Midget for the first time his career.

Behind the wheel of the Chappue Motorsports #41 Howard finished sixth in his heat race, which sent him to the C-Main.

In the C-Main he would only be able to manage a seventh-place finish as his night came to an early end.

It was a learning experience for sure, and while I wish it had gone a little better, I still had a blast and can't wait to drive a Midget again," Howard sad. "Thanks to everyone, who helped make this dream opportunity come true."

For full results from the event, please visit www.USACracing.com.

October 21, 2017 - Top-10 Run for Howard Moore in MWR Debut
1Howard Moore made his debut behind the wheel of the Mike Ward Racing #88 Sprint Car on Friday night at Riverside International Speedway (West Memphis, Arkansas).

Twenty-eight Sprint Cars took part in the opening night of the annual United Sprint Car Series (USCS) Fall Nationals.

A slow start to the night on a heavy track found Howard finishin 7th in his heat race, which sent him to the B-Main. A fifth-to-third run in his B-Main positioned Howard 17th on the starting grid for the 25-lap feature. He enjoyed a great run in the feature as he advanced to a sixth-place finish behind Dale Howard, Marshall Skinner, Ernie Ainsworth, Jordon Mallett, and Andy McElhannon.

Saturday night found Howard starting his night by winning the Hoosier Tire Power Dash. In heat-race action he advanced from the fourth-starting spot to a runner-up finish. The feature redraw positioned him second on the starting grid for the night's first 25-lapper. He registered a third-place finish in the feature behind Derek Hagar and Cody Gardner.

The second feature found the finishing order from the first finale, fully inverted. As a result Howard started 15th on the grid and raced his way to a sixth-place run.

"I was excited when Mr. Mike Ward asked me to run his car in Mr. Tim's (Crawley) absence," Howard said. "You always learn when you get the opportunity to run with someone of his caliber. I am still taking it all in. I am so grateful for the confidence he placed in me to run his car this weekend. He and Mr. Billy were very good to me. Thanks again to Mr. Mike for the opportunity and good times. I also appreciate Mr. Johnny Smith and his son keeping the car, helmet clean, and for the pictures all weekend, as well as for the company at the trailer!"

Full results from the weekend are available at www.USCSracing.com.

October 14, 2017 - Short Track Nationals Takes Howard Moore to I-30 Speedway
1The 30th annual COMP Cams Short Track Nationals took Howard Moore to I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Arkansas) to kick off the three-day affair on Thursday evening.

A stacked list of 71 entries looked to tackle the 1/4-mile bullring as the first night of preliminary action was contested.

A 5th-to-4th run on a slimy track in his heat race positioned Howard starting 9th in his qualifier. He would only manage to advance a single spot in the qualifier, which sent him to a B-Main, where he started 8th.

Howard got up on the wheel in the B-Main and took the 3rd and final transfer spot to earn the 19th starting spot for the 25-lap feature. He would go on to mount a great run to a 10th-place finish in the opening night's finale.

Friday night's preliminary action would not treat Howard quite as well. A poor pill draw and challenging track conditions, left him falling short of qualifying for the night's feature.

On Saturday evening, the championship night was held for the COMP Cams Short Track Nationals. After again drawing a big pill he started on the tail of his heat race before advancing to an 8th-place finish. As a result he was relegated to a B-Main event.

The B-Main found Howard making a valiant charge through the field to claim the third-and-final transfer spot to the feature. His finish in the consolation event earned him his first-career start in a Short Track Nationals finale. After starting 19th in the 40-lap feature, Howard retired early in the event with an ill-handling car.

Overall it was a fantastic weekend for the team.

Full results from the weekend are available at www.I-30Speedway.com.


September 30, 2017 - Howard Moore Finishes 6th in Ralph Henson Memorial
1The 10th annual Ralph Henson Memorial took Howard Moore to Tracey Clay's I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Arkansas) on Saturday night.

A strong field of 32 entries were on hand to chase the $2,046 top prize in the event, which was sanctioned by the American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) Mid-South Region.

After advancing two spots to a fourth-place finish in his heat race, Howard earned a spot in the pole-sitter's dash. A third-place run in the dash locked Howard into that starting spot for the 25-lap finale.

The drop of the green flag found Howard losing a trio of spots. He would race just outside the Top 5 for the remainder of the feature before notching a 6th-place finish.

"I would've like a little better run, but it was still a solid night for our team," Moore commented. "I would like to give a shout out to KDN Promotions and Xtreme Towing and Recovery for putting up the extramoney for us racers last night. I was one of the fortunate recipients that was able to benefit from it, and I really appreciate it."

Full results from the program are available at www.I-30Speedway.com.

September 23, 2017 - Podium Finish for Moore in the Fall Nationals
1Howard Moore entered the annual Fall Nationals at Riverside International Speedway (West Memphis, Arkansas) on Saturday night in his Lawn Jox #40 Maxim Sprint Car.

With 19 entries in action, a 2nd-place finish in his heat race sent Howard to the feature in the 3rd-starting spot.

On a tacky and fast surface he would race in a podium spot throughout the feature before crossing the finish line in the 3rd spot behind Cody Gardner and Zach Pringle.

Full results from the event are available at www.RiversideInternationalSpeedway.com.

January 29, 2017 - Moore Ends 2016 Campaign With 15 Top 10 Finishes
Traveling to a total of 33 events during the 2016 campaign, Howard Moore registered 15 Top 10 finishes. Losing eight of his scheduled dates to bad weather, Moore notched seven Top 5 outings aboard his Lawn Jox #40 Dynamic Electric Maxim Sprint Car.