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October 17, 2020 - Howard Moore Wins Jimmy Huffman Memorial at Riverside
`On Saturday night at Riverside International Speedway Howard Moore achieved the hat trick in 2020 305 c.i. Sprint Car competition. In his third start of the year in the division, he picked up third-consecutive win by topping the annual Jimmy Huffman Memorial with the Midsouth 305 Sprint Car Association (MSCA).

The Tennessee racer piloted the Rains Motorsports / CP Carrillo No. 3 High Performance Lubricants / River City Hydraulics Sprint Car topped a talent-laden field of 29 entries to snare the victory.

“Jimmy Huffman was a great friend to everyone in the racing world, and to be able to win his memorial event means a lot to me and the whole team,” Moore said. “The feature was filled with cautions, but we were able to be patient and come from the sixth-starting spot to get the convincing win.

“As always I have to thank everyone who supports my team, and I want to say a very special thank you to Chad Jones for lending us his 305 engine. It was a great night with a lot of great friends and family around.”

The night began with Howard advancing from the seventh-starting spot in his heat race to a second-place finish, which positioned him sixth on the grid for the main event. Enduring multiple cautions throughout the feature, Moore was able to patiently work his way to the lead. Once out front he dominantly lapped all the way to the fourth position at the ¼-mile bullring.

The victory was his fifth of the 2020 campaign. Derek Hagar, Eddie Gallagher, Paxton Gregory and Chase Howard completed the Top-5 finishers.

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


October 3, 2020 - Top-5 in COMP Cams Short Track Nationals Opener
`Howard Moore was back in the driver's seat of the AG Rains Motorsports/ CP Carrillo No. 3 High Performance Lubricants 360-Winged Sprint Car in American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) competition over the weekend at I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Ark. B. Young Photography

Seventy-eight drivers entered the opening round of the 33rd Annual COMP Cams Short Track Nationals Friday. After finishing second in his heat race and grabbing the win in his qualifier, Howard accumulated enough points to lock into the tenth starting spot for the $2,500-to-win feature.

Despite a 25-lapper that was plagued with cautions, Moore advanced to a fourth-place outing behind Derek Hagar, Mark Smith, and Dylan Westbrook. Jordon Mallett rounded out the Top-5 finishers.

On Saturday, Howard started the night with a third-place finish in his heat race before finishing sixth in his qualifier. His accumulated points positioned him fifth on the starting grid for the B-Main. With the Top-3 finishers moving onto the feature, Howard took the third-and-final transfer spot to earn the 17th starting spot for the finale.

During the course of the 41-lap, $10,041-to-win main event, Howard advanced six positions to cross the finish line in 11th.

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


September 27, 2020 - Moore Runner-Up in Riverside Fall Nationals
`Howard Moore returned to Riverside International Speedway in West Memphis, Ark. Sunday to pilot his AG Rains Motorsports/ CP Carrillo No. 3 High Performance Lubricants 360-Winged Sprint Car in the Fall Nationals.

Howard drew the pole position for his heat race and picked up a convincing win, earning him the third starting spot for the feature. Advancing one spot in the 30-lap affair, Moore crossed the finishin line in second behind Derek Hager. Marshall Skinner, Dale Howard, and Ernie Ainsworth rounded out the Top-5.

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


September 19, 2020 - Howard Moore Enters Hockett/McMillin Memorial at Lucas Oil Speedway
`Howard Moore set out for Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Mo. over the weekend to enter the 10th Annual Jesse Hockett/Daniel McMillin Memorial.

The action kicked off on Thursday with a stout field of 74 Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) entries on hand. Howard started fourth in his heat race and finished second. After the invert, he started fifth in his qualifier and went on to finish fourth. His combined points earned him the pole position for a B-Main which he later won. From there, Moore transferred to a last-chance qualifier where he started and finished second. Locking into the 18th starting position for the A-Main, Howard advanced five spots to record a 13th place outing.

On Friday, Moore drew the ninth starting spot for his heat race and finished eighth, which positioned him starting ninth in his qualifier. Advancing to finish sixth, Howard transferred to a B-Main where he would start tenth. Moore had raced his way into a transfer position before falling to eighth in the closing laps, ending his night.

With combined points from the preliminary events on Thursday and Friday determining Saturday's line-ups, Moore was locked into the fourth starting position for his qualifying race. Unfortunately, contact with another competitor on the opening circuit would force Howard to the pits with front end damage to his No. 3. After the team made repairs, Moore started 18th in the B-Main and advanced to an eighth-place finish. Unfortunately, he fell short of the transfer which would bring his weekend to an early end.

For complete results from the event, please visit www.ASCSRacing.com.


September 12, 2020 - Top-10 in Ralph Henson Memorial at I-30 Speedway
`Howard Moore returned to I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Arkansas on Saturday for the annual Ralph Henson Memorial.

Moore took his Rains Motorsports / CP Carrillo No. 3 High Performance Lubricants / River City Hydraulics Winged Sprint Car into battle against 29 American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) Mid-South Region entries.

Racing from third to win his heat race positioned Moore third in points for the night. He went on to finish second in the pole shuffle, earning him the outside front row starting spot for the A-Main. Howard took the lead at the drop of the green flag and paced the first eight circuits before Mark Smith slipped by in lapped traffic.

Howard fought back and was battling for the top spot when he made contact with a slower competition. Having to restart from the tail of the field, Moore recovered to a seventh-place finish in the final rundown.

For complete results from the event, please visit www.ASCSRacing.com.


September 6, 2020 - Moore Battles Adversity at Lake Ozark Speedway
`Howard Moore traveled to Lake Ozark Speedway in Eldon, Mo. over the weekend to pilot the Rains Motorsports / CP Carrillo No. 3 High Performance Lubricants / River City Hydraulics Winged Sprint Car in the 11th Annual 360 Nationals.

In a field of 63 American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) Warrior Region entries, Howard drew the ninth starting position for his heat race. A fifth-place finish would put him on the pole of his qualifier. Moore went on to finish second in the qualifier, locking him into the eleventh spot on the grid for feature. Advancing two spots in the 25-lapper, Howard crossed the finish line in ninth.

On Sunday, 61 entries returned for the 11th Annual 360 Nationals finale. Finishing second in his heat race after starting fourth would put Howard starting fourth in his qualifier. Unfortunately, a tangle with another competitor on the opening circuit would result in Moore registering a ninth-place finish. After starting third in the B-Main, Moore was leading when he lost his brakes and spun, bringing his night to a disappointing end.

For complete results from the weekend, please visit www.ASCSRacing.com.


August 22, 2020 - Howard Moore Leads All But Final Lap at Riverside
`Howard Moore returned to Riverside International Speedway in West Memphis, Ark on Saturday night for the Rumble at the River Speed Spectacular.

In a field of 29 United Sprint Car Series 360 Outlaw Sprints, Howard charged to a heat race win in his Rains Motorsports / CP Carrillo No. 3 High Performance Lubricants / River City Hydraulics entry.

Earning the second starting position for the A-Main, Moore had taken the lead by lap five and was showing the way out front until the white flag waved. Battling Derek Hager for the top spot through lap traffic, Howard threw a slider in turns one and two that resulted in him making contact with the outside wall. Unable to continue, Moore retired to a 16th place finish.

Full results from the event can be found at www.USCSRacing.com.


August 15, 2020 - Moore Suffers Mechanical Issues at I-30
`Howard Moore took his Rains Motorsports / CP Carrillo No. 3 High Performance Lubricants / River City Hydraulics Sprint Car to I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Ark. Saturday. B. Young Photography

Moore qualified seventh overall against a stout field of 54 Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) entires. After the invert, Howard was positioned on the pole of his heat race.

After winning his heat race, Moore started fourth in the Dash by virtue of the redraw. Howard went on to finish third, earning him the fifth starting position on the feature grid. Unfortunately, Moore was an early retiree from the main event after suffering mechnical issues.

For complete results from this event, please visit www.ASCSRacing.com.


August 1, 2020 - Howard Moore Banks Cody Burks Memorial Win at Riverside
`Howard Moore is now two-for-two in 305 c.i. Sprint Car competition this season. His latest conquest in the division came on Saturday night at the famed Riverside International Speedway during the annual Cody Burks Memorial.

The Tennessee racer piloted the Rains Motorsports / CP Carrillo No. 3 High Performance Lubricants / River City Hydraulics Sprint Car to the victory in the 38-lap feature.

“It means a lot to me and our whole team to win a race that pays tribute to the memory of one of our racing brothers. There was a lot of talent in the field on Saturday night, and I just had to bide my time in the second spot. I took the lead on a few occasions, but every time we did the caution flew, pushing us back. We finally got to the lead on lap 22 and never looked back,” Moore shared. “It was truly awesome to see all of the companies that stepped up to sponsor and support this special event in different ways.”

Twenty-six competitors entered the event at the ¼-mile oval, and Howard won his heat race to lock into the third-starting spot for the 38-lap finale.

As the feature went green Moore immediately worked his way into the second spot and would stalk the leader throughout the first half of the caution-plagued finale. After having his attempts to take the top spot thwarted multiple times by cautions, Moore finally jumped to the top spot on lap 22 and sailed to his second 305 c.i. Winged Sprint Car win of the 2020 season and his fourth victory overall. Dale Howard, Eddie Gallagher, Dewayne White and Tucker Boulton completed the Top-5 finishers.

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


July 25, 2020 - Podium Finish for Moore in ASCS Mid-South at I-30
`Howard Moore returned to the seat of the AG Rains Motorsports/ CP Carrillo No. 3 High Performance Lubricants 360-Winged Sprint Car on Saturday. (B. Young Photography)

Moore followed the American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) Mid-South Region to I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Ark.

In a field of 29, Howard drew the sixth-starting spot for his heat race. Finishing third in his heat race, he was seventh in points which sent him to the redraw. Drawing the third fifth starting position for the 30-lapper, Moore quickly moved into third where he remained for the remaining distance. He crossed the finish line behind Derek Hagar and Cody Gardner, with Tim Crawley and Ernie Ainsworth rounding out the Top-5.

For complete results from this event, please visit www.ASCSRacing.com.


July 18, 2020 - Moore Claims 305 c.i. Sprint Victory at Riverside
`Howard Moore made his first 305 c.i. Sprint Car start of the 2020 season on Saturday night at Riverside International Speedway and turned it into a feature win.

The triumph came behind the wheel of the Chad Jones Racing / Melvin Holcomb Motorsports No. 29 Jimmy Smith Pawn & Speed / Black Jack Express / Pro Lite Performance Sprinter.

“With no 360 Sprint Car racing in the area, I didn’t know if I’d be doing any racing this weekend, but Chad Jones and Melvin Holcomb graciously offered to let me drive their car. It was a pretty grueling feature with the extreme heat, and then the cautions and even a delay for the lights going out, but we got the job done,” Moore said. “As always, I want to thank all of the fans and sponsors, who continue to support racing and make it possible for all of us. Without your support we couldn’t be doing this every week.”

Twenty-two 305 c.i. Winged Sprint Car racers converged on the famed, ¼-mile oval on Saturday night. Howard won his heat race from the second-starting spot, which positioned him third on the feature grid.

As the feature event went green, Moore immediately jumped into the second position before ultimately taking the lead on lap four. The caution laden feature was additionally slowed by a couple of red flags as well as a delay for the track’s lights going out. Despite the various hinderances, Howard was able to power to his first 305 c.i. Winged Sprint Car win of the year and his third triumph overall of the season.

Dale Howard, Eddie Gallagher, Jan Howard and Andy McElhannon completed the Top-5 finishers.

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


July 11, 2020 - Podium Finish for Howard Moore in ASCS at Riverside
` Howard Moore drove the AG Rains Motorsports/ CP Carrillo No. 3 High Performance Lubricants to a podium finish on Saturday night.

Moore was one of 37 Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) 360-Winged Sprint Cars at Riverside International Speedway in West Memphis, Ark.

After drawing the eighth starting position for his heat race, Howard advanced to a second-place finish which position him second in passing points. Following the redraw, Moore received the fourth spot on the feature grid.

Howard jumped to third at the drop of the green flag held that position for the entire 30-lapper, finishing behind race winner Harli White, and Derek Hager. Roger Crockett and Sam Hafertepe rounded out the Top-5.

For complete results from this event, please visit www.ASCSRacing.com.


July 4, 2020 - Howard Moore Bags Back-To-Back Weekend USCS Wins
` Howard Moore kicked off a busy, holiday weekend of racing action with a trip to Tracey Clay’s I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Arkansas) on Wednesday night. With 30 Sprint Cars in the pits for the inaugural Hammer Hill Twin Bill, Howard’s night got to a rough start with a broken shock stud on the right-rear of his Sprinter. The mechanical failure forced Howard to retire early from his heat race, which pinned him deep in the grid for the B-Main. Despite starting near the back of the pack he advanced to a third-place finish, which locked him into the 19th-starting spot for the 25-lap, $2,000-to-win finale. He would go on to pass nine cars to finish 10th in the main event.

`On Thursday night, the action shifted east to Riverside International Speedway (West Memphis, Arkansas) for the opening round of the three-day Summer Shootout with the K&N Filters United Sprint Car Series (USCS) Outlaw Thunder Tour.

Thirty-two Sprint Cars filled the pit area and after winning his heat race, Howard earned the outside-front-row starting spot for the night’s 30-lap finale. Moore grabbed the lead as the race went green and never looked back in the caution-free affair. In fact, he lapped all the way up to the eighth-place finisher en route to the $2,000 win, which marked his first of the 2020 campaign. Hayden Martin, Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Eddie Gallagher, and Dale Howard completed the Top 5.

`Friday night brought the team to Lexington 104 Speedway (Lexington, Tennessee) for the second round of weekend USCS competition. With 22 Sprinters on hand, Howard won his heat race from the second starting position, which earned him the fourth-starting spot for the feature. Charging to the lead on the second circuit, Howard wired the field for the remainder of the feature to pick up his second win in as many nights. Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Mark Smith, Connor Leoffler, and Morgan Turpen rounded out the Top-5 finishers.

The team had hopes of pulling off the hat trick on Saturday evening at Magnolia Motor Speedway (Columbus, Mississippi), but Mother Nature had different ideas. Late afternoon showers nixed the program at the state-of-the-art, 3/8-mile oval.

“The weekend might’ve started a little rough at I-30 Speedway, but after that our team was hitting on all cylinders. The win at Riverside especially gives us a lot of confidence heading into this Saturday’s Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour event there,” Moore shared. “I appreciate all of the fans support of the racetracks and teams. It’s more important than ever.”

“I especially enjoyed everyone that came by my trailer and getting to talk to all of you. I am not sure I got to shake everyone’s hand, and if I didn’t, next time please just stop me from what I am doing. Without the fans support we wouldn’t have a track to race at each week.”

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


June 27, 2020 - Howard Moore is Hard Charger in ASCS at Hammer Hill
` Howard Moore hit the road again on Saturday night, traveling to I-30 Speedway in Little Rock Arkansas to compete with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series (ASCS).

Forty-two drivers were on hand for the ASCS Mid-South Region event. Via a heat race win, Moore accumulated enough points to earn the sixth-starting spot for the first qualifying race.

No making the transfer into the main event via his qualifyier, Howard was sent to a B-Main. Finishing second, he earned the 19th starting position on the feature grid. Marching his was forward through the caution plagued 30-lapper, Moore crossed the finish line in eighth.

"We had a great time with family, friends and fans," Moore commented. "I appreciate all of the fans support of the race tracks and teams. It’s more important than ever. I especially enjoyed everyone that came by my trailer and getting to talk to all of you. I am not sure I got to shake everyone’s hand and if I didn’t next time just stop me from what I am doing. Without the fans support we wouldn’t have a track to race at each week."

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


June 20, 2020 - Howard Moore Surges to Podium Finish in Greg Hodnett Memorial

` Starting deep in the field, Howard Moore piloted the Rains Motorsports / CP Carrillo No. 3 High Performance Lubricants Sprint Car to a podium finish on Saturday night during the second annual Greg Hodnett Memorial at Clayton Allen’s Riverside International Speedway.

Twenty-seven Sprint Cars entered the $2,700-to-win event, which honored the late Greg Hodnett. Heat race action found Howard started seventh. Unfortunately, he was only able to manage a fifth-place finish, which pinned him deep in the starting grid for the feature.

After starting 14th in the caution-laden finale, Moore clawed his way to a third-place finish behind Tim Crawley and Dale Howard.

“The night started a little slower than we would’ve liked, but we ended up with a great run in the feature. We had a great time with family, friends, and fans. I appreciate all of the fans support of the racetracks and teams. It’s more important than ever,” Moore commented. “I especially enjoyed everyone that came by my trailer and getting to talk to all of you. This Saturday, I’m looking forward to seeing a lot of great friends at I-30 Speedway.”

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


June 13, 2020 - Back-To-Back Podium Finishes in Outlaw Midgets
`Howard Moore enjoy a solid weekend of racing, piloting the the Chris Chappues No. 41 Outlaw Midget to a pair of podium finishes.

On Friday night, the team traveled to Crowley's Ridge Raceway in Paragould, Ark. Starting sixth in his heat race, Howard charged through the field to pick up the win, positioning him on the pole for the A-Main alongside Derek Hager. Battling at the front of the pack throughout the race, Moore went on to place third in the final rundown.

The Outlaw Midget action shifted to Riverside International Speedway in West Memphis, Ark. on Saturday. Howard picked up a heat race win, which once again positioned him on the pole for the feature with Derek Hager alongside. In the main event, Moore finished second behind Hager at the checkers.

Full results from the these events can be found at www.CrowleysRidgeRaceway.com and www.RiversideInternationalSpeedway.com.


May 31, 2020 - Howard Moore Runner-Up in USCS Speedweek Finale
`After nearly a three-month hiatus amid the Covid-19 pandemic, Howard Moore returned to the driver seat over the weekend. Moore piloted the Ag Rains No. 3, 360-Winged Sprint car in the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters 2020 Speedweek presented by SpeedShiftTV.com.

The action kicked off on Friday night at Old No. 1 Speedway in Harrisburg, Arkansas. Howard started the night with a runner-up finish in his heat race to lock into the ninth-starting position on the feature grid. Unfortunately, Moore suffered mechanical issues at the start of the main event that ended his night early.

On Saturday, the USCS Speedweek invaded Riverside International Speedway in West Memphis, Arkansas. After starting eighth in his heat race, Howard advanced to a fifth-place finish to earn the 13th spot for the main event. In the feature, Moore was involved in an incident that resulted in a broken right rear shock, forcing him to retire from the remainder of the race.

Wrapping up the USCS Speedway on Sunday at Lexington 104 Speedway (Lexington, Tenn.), Howard started the night with a heat race win. Starting the A-Main in fourth, Moore advanced two spots to a solid runner-up finish behind race winner, Derek Hager. Jordon Mallett, Dale Howard, and Danny Smith rounded out the Top-5.

Full results from the weekend can be found at www.USCSRacing.com.


March 7, 2020 - Moore Lands Top-10 at Chatham Speedway
`Howard Moore returned to the seat of the Ag Rains No. 3 360-Winged Sprint Car over the weekend at Chatham Speedway (Chatham, La.).

The annual Bayou State Spring Car Nationals with the United Sprint Car Series (USCS) - presented by K&N kicked off on Friday night. Moore charged from sixth to finish second in his heat race, earning him the second-starting position in the A-Main. Unfortunately, his night was cut short just a few laps into the feature when engine issues forced him to retire early from the 25-lap affair.

Returning on Saturday night, Howard registered a fourth-place finish in his heat race which positioned him starting ninth in the 30-lap finale. After racing inside the Top-10 throughout the feature event, Moore crossed the finish line in eighth.

Full results from the weekend can be found at www.USCSRacing.com.

January 18, 2020 - Howard Moore Returns to Chili Bowl Nationals
`Howard Moore returned to the River Spirit Expo Center (Tulsa, Oklahoma) for the 34th Annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals Chris Chappue-owned No. 41 Midget.

Moore started third in his preliminary heat race on Thursday before mechanical issues resulted in a seventh-place finish. He was then seeded into a C-Main, where he fell short of a transfer position.

On Saturday afternoon, the final day of the 34th Annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals came to life. Via points, Howard started sixth in the second M-Feature. He fell three spots to a ninth-place finish. With only the Top-6 advancing, Moore's weekend would come to an early end.

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

October 19, 2019 - Howard Moore Motors to POWRi West Top-5 Performance
`Howard Moore made a rare Midget start on Saturday night as he joined the Lucas Oil Performance POWRi West Midget Series for an event at Tracey Clay's I-30 Speedway.

Moore was behind the wheel of Chris Chappue's No. 41 entry, and he started his night with a runner-up finish in his heat race, which positioned him seventh in the 17-car starting grid for the finale.

Howard passed three competitors to cross the finish line in the fourth position.

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

October 12, 2019 - Top-10 Finish for Howard Moore in ASCS Fall Fling
`Howard Moore hit the road with the Rains Motorsports No. 3 High Performance Lubricants Sprint Car over the weekend as the team traveled to Oklahoma's Creek County Speedway for the annual John Christner Trucking Fall Fling at the 1/4-mile oval.

After seeing Friday evening's program washed away, the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) event drew a field of 34 entries on Saturday night.

A fifth-to-third run in his heat race locked Moore into the feature event in the ninth-starting spot. He passed three cars in the 30 lapper to cross the finish lin in the sixth position.

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

October 5, 2019 - Howard Moore Competes in COMP Cams Short Track Nationals
`Howard Moore was back in the driver's seat of the Rains Motorsports No. 3 High Performance Lubricants Sprint Car in American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) Mid-South Region competition over the weekend at I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Arkansas).

Sixty-nine drivers entered the opening round of the 32nd Annual COMP Cams Short Track Nationals on Friday evening. Via heat and qualifier action, Howard accumulated enough points to lock into the 14th-starting spot for the 25-lap, $2,500-to-win feature.

In the feature passing became difficult as the 1/4-mile oval took rubber. As a result, Howard retired early from the feature to save his equipment. He was credited with an 18th-place finish.

On Saturday night, Howard started his evening with a heat race win before finishing seventh in his qualifier. His accumulated points positioned him fifth on the starting grid for a B-Main. With the Top-3 finishers moving onto the feature, Howard took the third-and-final transfer spot to earn the 18th-starting spot for the finale.

During the course of the 41-lap, $10,041-to-win main event Howard advanced eleven positions to cross the finish line with a strong seventh-place finish.

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

September 21, 2019 - Runner-Up Finish for Howard Moore at The Ditch
`It was back to business for Howard Moore on Saturday night as he returned to the driver's seat of the Rains Motorsports No. 3 High Performance Lubricants Sprinter in the 305 Winged Sprint Car division at Riverside International Speedway (West Memphis, Arkansas).

Against a field of 25 competitors in the annual Grassroots Nationals, Howard stormed from the fifth-starting spot in his heat race to claim the victory. A role of the invert dice positioned Moore third on the starting grid for the feature. He went on to race to a runner-up finish behind Jan Howard with Paxton Gregory, Andy McElhannon, and Chad Jones completing the Top-5 finishers.

The team has the Short Track Nationals at I-30 Speedway coming up. This is a great opportunity to get your name on the car. It’s a two show of nothing but Sprint Cars. We are always looking for new partners. If you would be interested in sponsoring us for a night or the year, please give me a call. We have our sponsorship packets ready and can meet you to discuss how everything works and the cost. We have a level for everyone. Contact Us today for more information.

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

September 14, 2019 - Howard Moore Finishes Fourth at The Hornet's Nest
`Howard Moore piloted the Rains Motorsports No. 3 High Performance Lubricants Sprinter into battle with the American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) Mid-South Region on Saturday night at I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Arkansas).

A stout field of 38 entries entered the event, which marked the annual Ralph Henson Memorial. Howard started his night by winning his heat race from the second-starting position.

In the feature redraw he received the third-starting spot for the feature. The initial start of the finale found Howard getting shuffled back to the sixth position. Over the remainder of the event he rebounded to a third-place finish behind Tim Crawley and Sean McClelland.

"On Saturday night we had Mike Ward back in the pits with us along with A.G. Rains, Ricky Holder and Chris Chappue," Moore said. "It was really nice having Mike back with us at the track. At the beginning of the night, after hot laps we had a quick engine change. Thanks to an awesome team, Marshall Skinner and Derek Hagar we were able to get it in before the heat races started. We all worked well together and that made our night go smooth. I am grateful for everyone pitching in to help last night and every night."

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