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June 22, 2019 - Howard Moore Rolls to I-30 Speedway ASCS Mid-South Win
`Howard Moore piloted the Rains Motorsports No. 3 High Performance Lubricants Sprint Car to the Stealth Recovery American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) Mid-South Region win on Saturday night at I-30 Speedway.

With 23 drivers in attendance, Howard stormed from the fifth-starting spot in his heat race to a runner-up finish. His performance made him the high point's driver, which sent him to the redraw.

The redraw presented Moore with the fourth-starting spot for the feature.

After seeing the initial start waved off, the race finally went green on the second attempt. During the first half of the race, Howard battled both fierce competition as well as a dirt `clod under his gas pedal. However, as the race progressed he began making passing cars before ultimately taking the lead late in the race. Moore went on to record the victory, which came over Wayne Johnson, Miles Paulus, Tim Crawley and Kyle Bellm.

"I feel like I threw the first half of the race away by making some mistakes as well as battling issues like having a huge dirt clod under my gas pedal that I finally stomped away," Moore commented. "I knew if I was going to win that I was going to have to get focused quickly because I was running out of laps. I don't even know what lap I took the lead."

"Thanks again to A.G. [Rains] for allowing me to drive his awesome car. I can't begin to express my gratitude to the entire Rains Motorsports team. Also, thanks to Mike Ward, Chad Jones, Ricky Holder, Kayle Stewart, Chris Chappue and dad for helping me throughout the night."

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

June 15, 2019 - Howard Moore Pilots Rains Motorsports Sprinter at Riverside
`Howard Moore kicked off a two-race stand at Riverside International Speedway (West Memphis, Arkansas) on Friday night.

The $3,000-to-win, Hooker Hood Classic brought 24 Sprint Cars to the 1/4-mile oval. Behind the wheel of the Rains Motorsports No. 3 Sprint Car, Howard failed to make up much ground in his heat race, which left him starting 17th on the grid for the finale.

Despite starting deep in the field, Moore mounted a phenomanl run in the $3,000-to-win feature. By the late stages of the event, he worked his way into the second spot. Howard was able to close in on the leader on multiple occasions but couldn't complete the pass. He went on finish second behind Zach Pringle with Dale Howard, Brad Bowden and Derek Hagar completing the Top-5 finishers.

Saturday night found Moore returning to the 1/4-mile oval for the inaugural Greg Hodnett Memorial. Twenty-five drivers entered the $3,000-to-win program, and Howard started sixth in the feature after recording a runner-up finish in his heat race.

The main event found him racing to a fifth-place finish.

Howard also received the Greg Hodnett Pursuing Excellence Award.

"I physically received the Greg Hodnett Pursuing Excellence award that was awarded at the banquet back in February last night," he said. "It is a privilege to be the first recipient of the award. I hope to be of Greg Hodnett's caliber one day. It was very special for me to see Mike Ward receive the same award last night being my crew chief and the driver of Mr. Hoyt's B car winning 56 out of 58 races!

"I also want to say a special thanks to Rains Motorsports for the opportunity to driver their car. I'm also grateful that Mike [Ward] has been right there with me every step of the way. I am positive that the three of us along with the rest of the team can be competitive on any given night. We will see y’all together again at the track next weekend."

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

June 1, 2019 - Howard Moore Battles More Adversity at I-30 Speedway
`The team rolled into I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Arkansas) on Saturday night, where they were looking for a change in their recent bad luck.

With 17 drivers in action, Howard started third in his heat race in his Dynamic Electric No. 40 Sprinter and was up to the second position, when mechanical gremlins again struck. He shut the car down immediately, and was unfortunately, forced to retire from the remainder of the night's events.

"I am grateful to Mr. Mike Ward, Ricky, Chris Chappue and Daddy," Howard said. "I am so grateful for all of the team working together all week. Even though we have not had the best of luck lately, it is no reflection of the time put in to make sure we are on top of our game. I appreciate everyone for 'hanging in there'."

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