During the time we knew Martin when he raced with P1, he was one of the toughest competitors on the water but in the pits he was always willing to help other teams and set a great example to follow. He took those same worthy characteristics forward to his fight against cancer and it was inspirational to see how he tackled the challenge. He was courageous to the end and has left a legacy that will long be remembered.
The vast number of tributes that have begun pouring in are an indication of just how many lives Martin touched and he will be sadly missed by all. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family at this time.”