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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

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