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ARCA: Hal Martin Finishes 30th After a Flat Tire Causes the Big Wreck at Daytona

Hal Martin started off Daytona in fine form by topping the speed charts during testing, and during practice while qualifying sixth. However, everything fell apart during the Lucas Oil Slick Mist 200 when Martin blew a tire, triggering a nine-car wreck and leaving him to finish 30th. "I knew after working with (crew chief) John Quinn, a veteran at Daytona, that we had the right setups on the No. 55 NOLA Motorsports Toyota Camry," Martin said in a press release. " We knew that tire wear would be low, and coming into the race week, it would be all about mastering the draft and fuel management.  The car was perfect, and going into both practice sessions, we knew we were a super competitive team." At the beginning of the race, the New Orlea...

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