July 18, 2007
Mark Martin came from the back of the field after wrecking his primary car in the early moments of Saturday's first practice session. He credited his team for the "awesome comeback" and compared the effort to what Soldiers do. "Fighting back and...
Mark Martin and the U.S. Army 01 Chevy take to the track for the start of the race. Mr. Martin had to move to the end of the field after an engine change the day before. Under NASCAR rules, any engine change requires the driver to start from the rear.
Juan Pablo Montoya tries to get around Mark Martin.
The U.S. Army Team springs into action during what would be Mark Martin's final pitstop.
National Guard driver Casey Mears and Darian Grubb, crew chief, ponder their respectable fifth-place finish.
Casey Mears showcases his No. 25 National Guard/GMAC Monte Carlo SS.