Martin Extends Top-Five Streak, Closes Gap to Third
 June 29, 2015| 
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TORONTO – Following a beautiful day Saturday in Toronto for Race 1, heavy rain began to fall on the Exhibition Place circuit, leaving teams scrambling to switch from slick tires to the Cooper Tires rain tires.

Hot off a third-place podium Saturday in Toronto, Martin, who loves the wet conditions, advanced from his fourth-place starting position to third after a fantastic start, and battled with Aaron Telitz in the wet conditions, trading third position three times over the first seven laps of the race, culminating with Martin ultimately winning the battle, and taking sole possession of third place.

Martin continued his charge from his fourth-place starting position, but in a rare misstep by the series most impressive rookie driver, Martin missed a corner entry while attempting a pass for second place. Unfortunately, the race was shortened to 15 laps and finished under yellow, not allowing Martin to recover and reclaim a spot on the podium.

Despite the disappointing result of finishing under yellow, Martin was able to maintain fourth place and score his ninth top-five finish in the last 11 rounds of the 2015 Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda, and continued to chip away at Telitz for third in the championship, and put further distance beyond Parker Thompson and Luke Gabin for top rookie honors.

The team now heads to the famed 13-turn, 2.258-mile Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course for a two-day test in preparation for a triple-header event at the penultimate round of the 2015 Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship powered by Mazda back at Mid Ohio on July 30th.

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