DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Daniel Dye will compete in the Montana 200 at Mission Valley Super Oval July 16 with NASCAR Hall of Famer Mark Martin serving as crew chief on the No. 43 super late model owned by defending ARCA Menards Series West champion crew chief Travis Sharpe.
“It’s pretty special to have the chance to learn from and work with one of the greatest drivers of all time in NASCAR Hall of Famer Mark Martin. I know Travis Sharpe will bring us a fast car, and Mark will keep us dialed in,” said Daniel Dye. “Mission Valley Super Oval is a track I had not seen until now but it looks like a really fun place to race, and I can’t wait to get there.”
The 31st Annual Montana 200 pays $10,000 to the winner and will attract some of short tracks biggest names. Mission Valley Super Oval is located in Polson, Mont., and is 3/8 mile in length.
“I’m really excited about teaming up with Daniel Dye and Travis Sharpe for the Montana 200,” said 40-time NASCAR Cup winner Mark Martin. “I’ve had my eye on Daniel for a while, and believe we can be a contender for this prestigious event.”