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Tommy Joe Martins confirms his team will be back in 2021

While the Silly Season has been mostly focused on the NASCAR Cup Series and the carousel of rides available, the teams of the NASCAR Xfinity Series have slowly been forming their plans for 2021.

One piece to the complicated puzzle has been confirmed in Tommy Joe Martins.

Straight from the man himself – Martins  confirmed that his No. 44 team will return for the 2021 season.

Martins told TobyChristie.com that he expects to have more 2021 details, including  sponsorship for the team in the coming month.

After part-time efforts since 2014, Martins Motorsports and the No.44 team have been enjoying a near full-season of competition in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.

Currently sitting 20th in points, the team has been enjoying a season of moderate success for a first-year full-time effort for a small team.

Martins Motorsports also found a full-season of sponsorship across multiple partners including AAN Adjusters, Gilreath Farms Red Angus, and Skyview Partners – all schemes being designed by freelance designer Ryan Pistana.

Martins will roll off 22nd in this weekend’s Kansas Lottery 300 at Kansas Speedway with backing from AAN Adjusters.

 

 

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