|Occupation:||Race Car Driver|
|Birth Day:||December 29, 1985|
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He raced 80cc and 125cc shifter karts around the Gulf Coast of the United States when he was a teenager.
In 2007, Martin won the Mobile International Speedway Track Championship in the Pro Late Model Division and was crowned the 2007 Louisiana State Champion by Late Model Digest. He would follow that up with two more wins the following season while competing on various short tracks around the Gulf of Mexico, followed by running some ASA Late Model Series races in 2009 and 2010.
In 2009, Martin graduated from the University of New Orleans with a degree in mechanical engineering.
Martin made his lone Camping World Truck Series start in 2009 at Memphis International Raceway. Driving the No. 48 for Andy Hillenburg's Fast Track Racing Enterprises team, Martin finished 26th in the 36-truck field, competing in just over half the laps of the 200-lap race before retiring from the event due to overheating.
Martin made his Nationwide Series debut at Kansas Speedway in 2012, driving the No. 44 car for TriStar Motorsports. His debut ended 24 laps from the finish when he got together with Scott Lagasse, Jr. and caused both drivers to hit the wall and crash out of the race, crediting him with a 25th-place finish. He would compete in two more races that season in preparation for a full-time effort in 2013, this time driving the No. 19 car for TriStar Motorsports at Texas and Homestead, finishing in 30th place on both occasions.
After running three races towards the end of 2012, Martin drove full-time for TriStar Motorsports in 2013 competing for Nationwide Rookie of the Year honors, where he was once again paired with veteran crew chief John Quinn. Martin's competition for Rookie of the Year included Jeffrey Earnhardt, grandson of Dale Earnhardt, 2012 K&N Pro Series East champion Kyle Larson and former Formula One driver Nelson Piquet Jr.
On July 28, 2015, Martin and his former teammate at TriStar, Eric McClure, formed Martin-McClure Racing, a K&N Pro Series East team which fielded the No. 39 car for three years. In the team's final season, 2017, they also bought the No. 13 team of Hunter Baize from HScott Motorsports after that team shut down, and it became a second car for MMR.
Currently, Hal Martin is 36 years, 6 months and 3 days old. Hal Martin will celebrate 37th birthday on a Thursday 29th of December 2022.
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