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Martin Technologies merges love of racing, cars with innovation and new technology

DETROIT (WXYZ) — August is National Black Business month, and to celebrate, each week on The Rebound Detroit, we’re introducing 7 Action News viewers to a thriving local Black-owned business.

From hospitality to beauty, home services and retail; all month long we’re shining a light on the struggles and the triumphs these businesses and their owners have seen over the last year and a half, and the impact they’re making on the community.

You’ve likely already seen the impact Martin Technologies and Martin Motorsports has had on classic and newer cars, perhaps without even knowing it.

Chairman and CEO Harold Martin runs a national and global leader in automotive innovation, and it all started on the race track.

“Racing for me actually started at childhood. My dad was involved as a hobby. And we did very well racing,” Martin told Action News at his Novi facility.

During the course of

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These are the coffee table books every car enthusiast will love



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There are few things in life that are more pleasing to the eye than a well-designed car. For those who can’t afford a dream garage filled with these icons, however, a well-written coffee table book that’s also filled to the brim with stunning photography can be the perfect remedy to your mechanical and financial conundrum.



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More than a catalog for beautiful rides, these best coffee table books on cars offer insider information, previously unreleased images, and a different perspective on automotive legends around the world, whether it’s via world-class architecture or miniature die-cast toys.

Carchitecture



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Good design has a part to play in our everyday lives, and perhaps the biggest influences around us (quite literally) are cars and buildings. Authored by Bert Voet and Thijs Demeulemeester, Carchitecture marries the two with stunning

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