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Does anyone out there know Martins schedule? I never know when he is racing or not. Thanks alot for any reply's.

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If you do a search of his name you will find it in his Schudule the races he is running this year.

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MARK MARTIN'S 2008 SPRINT CUP SCHEDULE

Date Race

Feb. 9 Budweiser Shootout/Daytona International Speedway

Feb. 17 Daytona 500

Feb. 24 California Speedway

Mar. 2 Las Vegas Motor Speedway

Mar. 9 Atlanta Motor Speedway

Apr. 6 Texas Motor Speedway

Apr. 12 Phoenix International Raceway

May 3 Richmond International Raceway

May 10 Darlington Raceway

May 17 Sprint All-Star Challenge (Lowe's)

May 25 Coca-Cola 600/Lowe's Motor Speedway

June 1 Dover International Raceway

June 8 Pocono Raceway

June 15 Michigan International Speedway

July 5 Daytona International Speedway

July 12 Chicagoland Speedway

July 27 Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Aug 3 Pocono Raceway

Aug. 17 Michigan International Speedway

Sept. 6 Richmond International Raceway

Sept. 21 Dover International Raceway

Sept. 28 Kansas Speedway

Oct. 11 Lowe's Motor Speedway

Oct. 26 Atlanta Motor Speedway

Nov. 2 Texas Motor Speedway

Nov. 16 Homestead-Miami Speedway

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No problem. I was wondering myself and had never bothered to look grin

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