Martin Roy has a knack for winning Modified races at Airborne Speedway, and Saturday night he earned his seventh feature win of the season, clinching his first track championship at the Plattsburgh, N.Y. track.
But as good as the Frenchman is at winning, he's way better at throwin' down on the roof in victory lane. Here, he starts out with the old two-fisted Rocky salute, then breaks down into a disco squat, gets back up, and it's on. We're talkin' full-on boogie here, with some swirly leg-kick moves, shakin' of a couple other parts, a couple hockey goal-type kneeling fist-pumps, and then the congratulatory hugs with the crew and a victory lane interview with track announcer Rob Knowles. "It's a happy time," laughed Roy, of Napierville, Québec. "I'm there for the show. I give a show to the spectators."
(Video by Justin St. Louis/VMM)