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Tuesday, February 21, 2006

 

Hammer and The Media


Danny “The Hammer” Martin, he was again crowned Young Gun Champion in the United Sprint Car Series and was awarded Wild Card Driver of the Year by the racing media and the Sprint Car Hall of Fame.

Danny finished 2005 by qualifying for the feature event in the United States Auto Club (USAC) Sprint Car event held in conjunction with the Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Show in Orlando.

 

Hammer on Television


This month, Danny was featured in a cable television story about his rise from a rookie to a seasoned professional open wheel racer. You can view “The Hammer” on the web here via a Windows Media Video 2.1 meg File .

Video is Copyrighted 2006 by Brighthouse Networks and Catch 47 Sports .

 

Hammer 2006 Update


Hammer began 2006 by qualifying for the Feature Events in the first two World of Outlaws races during Florida Speed Weeks. Hammer plans to increase the number of asphalt open wheel races and to seek a driver development agreement with an outstanding team and car owner.

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