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Brad Martin Wings his Way Into the 2018 OSCAAR Hot Rod Series

BALTIMORE, ON – He was one of the most successful Mini Stock racers in the field over the final seasons of weekly racing at Kawartha Speedway and logged some solid efforts in a full season with the Lucas Oil Sportsman Cup Series and ran a few Late Model events at Kawartha and a made a pair of Sportsman Cup starts in 2014.

Wednesday, 14 March 2018 08:54 Published in Driver and Team Releases

Martin Matches Best Career Finish With Top-5 NASCAR Result In Quebec

@johnsonvilleCA •@NASCARHomeTrack •#NPS •#NASCARPintysSeries • #LucasOil250 •September 13th, 2016, Ayr, ON – Adam Martin equalled his career-best fourth place finish in the Lucas Oil 250 NASCAR Pinty’s series race at Autodrome St. Eustache near Montreal Saturday night.

Friday, 16 September 2016 06:49 Published in Driver and Team Releases

Necessity Reinvents Brad Martin's Racing Career

Plainville, ON- He learned a lot about the sport of stockcar racing during the three seasons that he campaigned a Mini Stock machine at Kawartha Speedway, but when that facility locked its pit gates at the end of the 2012 season – with no weekly racing planned for the foreseeable future – Brad Martin needed to chart a new course.

Thursday, 18 July 2013 18:18 Published in Press Releases

Inside Track Short Track Notebook: April 6, 2013

This issue of the Inside Track Short Track Notebook, by Spencer Lewis, features news about Dan McHattie, Jason Parker, Steve Perry, Brad Martin and Jordan Latimer.

Saturday, 06 April 2013 09:24 Published in Breaking News

Brad Martin Paces Kawartha Speedway's Mini Stock Pack

Racecar drivers never stop. They’re always thinking, planning and in some cases, even scheming. The search to get the most out of their own equipment and be better than the rest of the field never ends.

Wednesday, 20 June 2012 10:08 Published in Press Releases

KAWARTHA: Brad Martin enjoyed a breakthrough season in 2011

Every racecar driver looks forward to their first main event win and while some might wait their entire career for that sweet taste of success; Brad Martin became one of the fortunate few with his triumph Friday, July 15th at Kawartha Speedway. Quiet and intense – quick to blame himself for anything that goes wrong with the car – the pilot of the Bio 2000 Pressure Wash/JJ Stewart Chrysler/Xtreme Motorsports/Rhino's Roadhouse/Kennedy's NAPA, Cobourg/ Kawartha Metals/Canadian Industrial Service/Stacey Dismantling/ Ron McGuire/Keith Brown #53 Dodge Neon was the class of the Hasiuk Trailer and Container Rental Mini Stock field on this night – winning his heat race, semi feature and the 50 lap main event – and enjoyed a moment the sophomore runner felt was long overdue.

Wednesday, 28 December 2011 12:59 Published in Press Releases