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August 30, 2014 - Howard Moore Finishes 13th at I-30 Speedway
The team traveled to I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Arkansas) on Saturday night, and despite threatening weather the event was contested. Howard started third in the first heat, and early in the race he checked up to miss a car in front of him causing him to spin. As a result Moore started nineteenth in the feature and battled an ill-handling car to a thirteenth place finish. Full results from the event are available at

August 21st, 2014 - Howard Moore Enters Emotional Event at Riverside
1Howard Moore returned to Riverside International Speedway (West Memphis, Arkansas) on Thursday night for a Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) with a heavy heart. Brandon Young Photo

Eariler in the week his mentor, Shorty Chambliss, passed away. Moore, who has been running the #40 on his Sprinter all year as a tribute to the legendary racer, announced on Friday that he would be permenantly running the #40 on his car moving forward at the request of Shorty's family.

As a result the team hoped to have a strong outing on Thursday night in the big event. Heat race action found Moore drawing the pole for his heat race before finishing second to lock into redraw for the 40 lap feature. In the redraw he was the recipient of the third starting spot. In the finale Howard enjoyed a great run as he raced to a fifth place finish behind race winner, Sam Hafertepe Jr., Jeff Swindell, Johnny Herrera, and Tim Crawley.

Full results from the event are available at

August 18th, 2014 - Howard Moore Racing Mourns the Passing of Shorty Chambliss
1Howard Moore and Moore racing have heavy hearts tonight as the one and only Short Chambliss passed earlier today after a lengthy battle with cancer. Shorty was involved in racing as a driver and/or car owner for over seven decades. Along the way he impacted many fans and racer's lives. One such racer was Howard Moore.

In late 2012 Shorty began helping Howard as he looked to transition full time into the 360 Sprint Car ranks. Not only did Chambliss provide help to Howard and the team, but he also became a great friend.

"Mr. Shorty gave me by far the best support and opportunities while in the 360 Sprint Car class," comments Moore. "Our Saturday morning breakfasts were the absolute best, and no one could tell a racing story like him. He was always the life of the party. I will be forever grateful for the friendship that we had. My heart aches tonight, but I'm so thankful that he is no longer suffering. The last thing he said to me was on Saturday and he told everyone in the room, 'That's my driver,'....what an honor to have such a great man support me." Howard concludes by saying, "Mr. Shorty will be forever missed and we ask everyone to please keep his family and friends in your thoughts and prayers as they endure this trying time."

August 14th, 2014 - Top Ten for Moore at Riverside in Thursday Night Thunder
1Riverside International Speedway (West Memphis, Arkansas) hosted a special $2,000-to-win, Thursday Night Thunder tonight, and Howard went into battle in the event against a field of twenty-three entries.

Via preliminary action Howard earned the sixth starting spot for the feature. He raced in the top ten throughout the main event before crossing the finish line in sixth behind race winner, Jordon Mallett, Zach Pringle, Tim Crawley, Marshall Skinner, and Eddie Gallagher.

Full results from the event are available at

August 9th, 2014 - Podium Finish for Howard Moore in I-30 MSCA Wingless Go
1 After seeing the Sprint Car program at Riverside International Speedway (West Memphis, Arkansas) fall victim to rain Howard Moore traveled to I-30 Speedway (West Memphis, Arkansas) for a Midsouth Sprint Car Association (MSCA) Roadshow event.

The event marked the first that Howard competed in a non-wing 305 Sprint Car, but he enjoyed a great outing. He raced his way to a third place finish behind race winner, Brad Bowden, and Chad Jones.

Full results from the event are available at

August 3rd, 2014 - Howard Moore Competes in Hooker Hood Classic
1 Howard Moore competed in a special event on Saturday night at Riverside International Speedway (West Memphis, Arkansas) as he took part in the 2nd Annual Cody Burks Memorial.

Howard piloted the Stinson's Industrial #40 Shortman Motorsports Maxim Sprint Car in the 305 Winged Sprint Car division against a strong field of twenty-one entries. The outing started on a high note as Howard rocketed from the sixth starting spot to claim his heat race win, which locked him into the pole position for the feature event with BJ Simmerman joining him on the front row.

Moore jumped to the initial lead and paced the first five laps before the handle began to go away on his entry as he began to fade backwards throw the pack. He jumped back to the highside and that's when bad luck struck as he got into the wall, which flattened a tire. He retired to a fifteenth place finish.

Full results from the event are available at