When and how did you get started in racing?
My Dad worked on Late Models when I was younger and when I turned 10 years old we bought a quater midget off of Kenny Jacobs. When I turned 16 I told my Mom and Dad that I wanted to race sprints cars, so we bought a car off of Dean Jacobs and I have been racing ever sense.
Who had the biggest impact on your racing career and why?
A lot of people have. Dean Jacobs, Jac Haudenschild and Brad Doty have gave me a lot of pointers on what I need to do different in the car while aim racing, but I would have to say my Mom and Dad for giving me the opportunity to Race.
What would you be doing if you weren't racing?
I would be running in college and going to the races as a spectator
What is your favorite aspect of racing?
Just being competitive and wining races
What is your greatest accomplishment/best memory?
Winning my first race at Wayne County Speedway.
What is the worst thing that has happened to you in racing, or your worst season?
In your own words, describe your 2004 season:
It was a great year we ran a lot of 410 races with our 360 motor and we had a 4th place against the MASS Series at Mercer and we got a win at Wayne County Speedway. We had 9 top five's and 12 top tens.
What are your plans for the 2005 season?
410 racing at Attica and Fremont Speedway. On off nights we'll travel to Sharon and Mercer and we are running some 360 races also.
Where do you see Sprint Car racing five years from now?
About the same as it is right now.
What is your ultimate goal?
Just to get some experience in the 410 and to make some races and to win some races in the 360 car also.
Anything else you would like to add?
I would like to thank all of my sponsors for making this possible and my Mom and Dad for letting me race. Also visit www.martinmotorsports.net for the latest information from the winter and the 2005 season. Also there are still T-shirts for sale you can contact me to get more info on them.