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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.