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I think he may, he wanted to go part time to spend more time with Matt and Ginn racing has picked Matt as one of there development drivers so even if he drove full time he would still see him more so I guess only time will tell. I'm hoping he stays full time and even though its in a chevy I think the change will fire him up again
Any one had the chance to meet Mark Martin, I have on a few occassions at Dover Downs, I part of the ambulance crew (we drive FORDS) at the track and I was standing next to him in Victory Lane a few years ago, nice guy to talk to. got a couple of souviners from him. Sure would like to see him run the full schedule this year.
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Mark Martin comes back to Dover June 1, 2007 to defend his 'monster' trophy.
DOVER, Del. — Mark Martin has announced that he will run six races in the Wood Brothers No. 21 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series entry in 2007, including the AAA Insurance 200 at Dover International Speedway on June 1. Martin also plans to enter the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series race at Dover on June 3 for Ginn Racing in the No. 01 U.S. Army Chevrolet.
Martin will look to defend his June 2, 2006 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series win in the AAA Insurance 200 at the Monster Mile, when he led 86 of 200 laps en route to the victory. His win established a new Dover NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race record of 120.200 mph (1 hr., 39 min., 50 sec.).
Martin is the only driver to have won at least one race in the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series, NASCAR Busch Series and NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series at Dover.
The NASCAR veteran will look to add to the rich heritage of the Wood Brothers and the No. 21; a heritage that Martin acknowledges as special to himself. "It's really an honor to be working with the Wood Brothers and to be driving the No. 21, in any series," said Martin. "I don't think a lot of the younger fans out there really understand what the Wood Brothers and that No. 21 have meant to NASCAR and just how strong of a history that number carries within the garage.”
Last season Martin won six of the 14 races he entered in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, including his win in Dover. He finished in the top-five in 11 of those 14 starts.
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