Home / Tag Archives: Mark Martin (page 2)

Tag Archives: Mark Martin

Mark Martin Returning to Roush Fenway Racing as Driver Development Coach

For 19 years, Roush Fenway Racing was the only place Mark Martin called home. From 1988 to 2006, Martin won 83 races across NASCAR’s top three National Series and finished runner-up in the Sprint Cup Series points standings on four different occasions (1990, 1994, 1998 and 2002) while being a big part …

Read More »

Mark Martin’s Last Hurrah

One of the most storied careers in motorsports came to an end Sunday at Homestead-Miami Speedway. After 882 starts in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Mark Martin has (presumably) competed in his final race – and done so on his terms. Ready to move onto the next chapter of his …

Read More »

The Best Of The Frontstretch: Give Me A Break: The Significance of Martin Finally Taking The Week Off As Promised

Someone might want to contact Jim Cantore from The Weather Channel; it appears as if Hell has actually frozen over. For the first time since the November race at Atlanta in 1987, a streak of 621 consecutive races, Mark Martin will not be competing in a NASCAR Cup Series event. Ranking 4th on the all-time list behind Ricky Rudd, Terry Labonte, and Dale Earnhardt, Sr. for consecutive starts, Martin finally takes a break this weekend. It's not due to injury, poor qualifying effort, or fear of flying CoT wings and splitters that sends Martin off to the sidelines; it's simply because he has more "pressing business" at a dirt track in Lake City, Florida. Uh…okay?

Read More »