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Saturday, April 30, 2005


Martin Wins With Mopar Muscle


Satellite View of Thunder Valley

Photo Credit USGS


Hammer Falls on Carolina - Raceway Magazine News

Raceway Magazine News: "Hammer Falls on Carolina American Sprint Car Series ASCS Friday Night

Danny 'The Hammer' Martin Jr. paid a visit to North Carolina's Thunder
Valley and brought home his first American Sprint Car Series ASCS victory.
The sprint car ace from Sarasota, Florida ran a new Mopar power plant in a
new Schnee sprinter, as he swept through the heats and took the feature.
Tire man Dewey Mixon and Crew Chief/Owner Danny Martin Sr. had the car
perfectly set. The 2004 United Sprint Car Series' USCS Runner Up beat the
best of the American Sprint Car Series Southern Tour. The echoes from
victory lane are still rolling through the hills.

The Food Grade Transport / Martin Structures / eStateTrafficSchool.com
http://www.eStateTrafficSchool.com had never been to Thunder Valley. This
was their first showing in Emmett Hahn's sprint car series for 2005. Haun,
founder and president of the American Sprint Car Series and co-promoter of
the extremely successful Chili Bowl Midget Nationals, received the 2004
Bobby Isaac Memorial Award at last year's Nextel Cup Series event at Lowes
Motor Speedway. ASCS Competitors will be glad to know 'The Hammer' plans on running the full USCS schedule."

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