Not exactly breaking news here, but NASCAR Sprint Cup Series veteran Mark Martin officially quelled any line of questioning about a potential comeback to the sport, a season removed from announcing his retirement.
After being questioned on Twitter if he's missed racing now that we're a good month into the season, the 40-time race winner in NASCAR's premier series says he's 'moved on'.
Martin -- not exactly a stranger to the retire/un-retire dance after announcing he'd be cutting back after the 2005 season, only to run another eight seasons, four of which were full-time -- announced his retirement last November after running 28 of the schedule's 36 races split between a part-time ride for Michael Waltrip Racing, a one-race fill in for Denny Hamlin's No. 11 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota and replacement driver for Tony Stewart after the three-time champion was injured in a sprint car accident.
Martin is currently still with Stewart-Haas Racing in a consultant role that includes testing.