Sprint Car Challenge Tour
APRIL 1 – ANTIOCH SPEEDWAY
APRIL 15 – PLACERVILLE SPEEDWAY
APRIL 21 - THUNDERBOWL RACEWAY
APRIL 29 - PETALUMA SPEEDWAY
MAY 27 – STOCKTON DIRT TRACK
JUNE 17 – ANTIOCH SPEEDWAY
JUNE 24 – CALISTOGA SPEEDWAY
JULY 2 (Sunday) – STOCKTON DIRT TRACK
JULY 3 (Monday) - PETALUMA SPEEDWAY
JULY 29 – FERNLEY 95A SPEEDWAY
AUGUST 25 (FRIDAY) - PLACERVILLE SPEEDWAY
AUGUST 26 – STOCKTON DIRT TRACK
NOVEMBER 4 – STOCKTON DIRT TRACK
APRIL 8 – PLACERVILLE SPEEDWAY
APRIL 22 – PLACERVILLE SPEEDWAY
MAY 6 – PLACERVILLE SPEEDWAY
MAY 20 – PLACERVILLE SPEEDWAY
JUNE 3 – PLACERVILLE SPEEDWAY
JUNE 10 – PLACERVILLE SPEEDWAY
JULY 1 – PLACERVILLE SPEEDWAY
JULY 4 – PLACERVILLE SPEEDWAY
JULY 8 – PLACERVILLE SPEEDWAY
JULY 15 – PLACERVILLE SPEEDWAY
JULY 22 – PLACERVILLE SPEEDWAY
AUGUST 5 – PLACERVILLE SPEEDWAY
AUGUST 12 – PLACERVILLE SPEEDWAY
AUGUST 19 – PLACERVILLE SPEEDWAY
SEPTEMBER 16 – PLACERVILLE SPEEDWAY
SEPTEMBER 22 – PLACERVILLE SPEEDWAY
SEPTEMBER 23 – PLACERVILLE SPEEDWAY
SEPTEMBER 30 – PLACERVILLE SPEEDWAY
MOORE & CANNON REUNITE FOR 2017
Mason Moore was born in Chico, CA and grew up in the small town of Princeton, just 45 minutes south. Not having a big back ground in racing, as a child the family would go to the races at Silver Dollar Speedway for the love of the sport. It was only when he found out about the Outlaw Karts that he decided to start racing. At the rightful age of 7 years old, Mason jumped in his Box Stock at Cycleland Speedway. What was thought to be a just a hobby quickly turned into his life as Mason began to become very competitive. After two Championships at Cycleland, one Championship and Driver of the Year at Red Bluff Indoor, it was time for Mason to jump into a Sprint Car.
Mason started racing sprint cars weekly at Silver Dollar Speedway and adapted rather quickly. In only his second year of racing Sprint Cars he went to Victory Lane for the Bill Brownel Memorial. He would also go on to become co-Rookie of the Year for the Civil War Series with Kyle Larson. After breaking into the sprint car scene, Mason began to get some offers to drive for other teams. He would then drive for the F&F Racing 360 Team for the Placerville and Civil War Championship.
Just as things can turn for the better, they can also turn for the worse. During an event at Silver Dollar Speedway, Mason would get upside down in hotlaps and suffer a T4 compression fracture. This sidelined Mason for 3 months and put an end to his season.
He returned in the F&F Racing car for one more year where he took the Mark Forni Classic at Placerville Speedway. Mason decided he wanted to get out of California to race in the Northwest and Midwest with the Harley Van Dyke owned 5h. After roughly a successful year and a half with Harley, racing in Oregon, Washington, Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, and Arkansas, it was time to take his experience back to California and create his own team and try for multiple championships.
Mason has been racing for his father Garth Moore and Mason Moore racing for his 3rd consecutive year. The wins include a ASCS National race at Placerville, a Civil War event at Calistoga Speedway, and the Fall Nationals just to name a few. This year they plan on tackling the Civil War and King of the West Championship.
Masons Major Wins:
2008 Bill Brownell Memorial Win
2008 Rookie of the Year Civil War
2008 Rookie of the Year Silver Dollar
2010 Mark Forni Classic Win
2012 ASCS National Win at Placerville
2013 Fall Nationals Champ
2014 2nd in Trophy Cup Points
Brian Cannon Career Highlights:
Brian has grown up around racing his entire life and at the age of 18 he began working on sprint cars professionally. Over the last 14+ years Cannon has worked alongside such drivers as Jonathan Allard, Stephen Allard, Andy Gregg, Ronnie Day, Roger Crockett, Andy Forsberg, and Mason Moore to name a few. In 2010, Brian became a car owner with Andy Forsberg behind the wheel of his Coors Light #47. During that season the team won both the Placerville Speedway and Civil War series Championships. In 2013, Cannon joined the Guts Racing / Russell Motorsports team where they went on to win a combined 7 features.
Career Highlights as Crew Chief:
6 Championships as Crew Chief, 70 Feature event wins including: 2012 ASCS Bullring Nationals, 2013 Mark Forni Classic, 2006 Al Hinds Memorial, 2006 Fall Nationals, 2005 NST Feature, 2009/2012 Calistoga Cup, 2009/2010 Trophy Cup Preliminaries, and 3rd at the Gold Cup Race of Champions in 2011.
Placerville Speedway 2010 Championship as Car Owner. Brian has wins up and down the West Cost (Chico, Tulare, Calistoga, Cottage Grove, Placerville, Yreka, Marysville, Petaluma, and Hanford)