Kenny Adams left on the hook, Danny "Hammer" Martin, Jr. leaves with the cash September 13, 2003 - Tampa Bay, Florida - The eFloridaTrafficSchool.com, DuiFla.com, Martin Structures, ...
Kenny Adams left on the hook, Danny "Hammer" Martin, Jr. leaves with the cash
September 13, 2003 - Tampa Bay, Florida - The eFloridaTrafficSchool.com, DuiFla.com, Martin Structures, #00 sprinter came home to East Bay Raceway Park with a boisterous bang. Danny "Hammer" Martin, Jr. came home late, kicking down the door, as rain delayed the event and cancelled the Heat Races.
Ready for a gunfight was Kenny Adams - his weapon choice, the Putnam County Speedway / Goodson Farms #4 Sprinter. Adams' protege and probable successor to the throne, 2003 Young Gun, Danny "Hammer" Martin, Jr., blasted his way into the lead despite several up-ended cars and near misses. The 17-year-old rocked a full house at E-Bay, winning by half a lap. Multiple collisions caused two red flags and decimated the field of 18. 6 survived. $100,000 worth of wasted sprint cars were stuffed back into transporters. Adams left on the hook, Martin left with the cash.
It was Martin's sixth feature win. Martin and his team are ready for next Saturday, September, 20, 2003. at Putnam County Speedway. The event will serve as a tune up for a two week battle for dominance of 360 Outlaw Sprint Car Racing in Florida. Putnam County Speedway and Volusia Speedway will be the target for the Outlaws between Friday, October 17, 2003 and Saturday, October 25, 2003 as Adams, the master gunfighter, and Martin, the student shootist, take on some of the best 360 Sprint Cars in the country. Call Toll Free 1-877-793-9290 for more information.
360 Sprint Car Results
1st Danny "Hammer" Martin, Jr. #00
2nd Brian Maddox #82
3rd Tom Winegardner #11