Jeff Green (racing driver)

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Jeff Green
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Green at Lowe's Motor Speedway in 2005
Born (1962-09-06) September 6, 1962 (age 55)
Owensboro, Kentucky
Height 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Weight 190 lb (86 kg)
Achievements 2000 NASCAR Busch Series Champion
1990 Nashville Speedway USA Track Champion
2003 Daytona 500 pole winner
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career
270 races run over 15 years
2015 position 74th
Best finish 17th (2002)
First race 1994 Miller Genuine Draft 400 (Richmond)
Last race 2015 Toyota Owners 400 (Richmond)
Wins Top tens Poles
0 16 2
NASCAR Xfinity Series career
480 races run over 26 years
Car no., team No. 8/78 (B. J. McLeod Motorsports)
No. 38/93 (RSS Racing)
2016 position 28th
Best finish 1st (2000)
First race 1990 Autolite 200 (Richmond)
Last race 2017 Ford EcoBoost 300 (Homestead)
First win 1997 Las Vegas 300 (Las Vegas)
Last win 2002 Carquest Auto Parts 300 (Charlotte)
Wins Top tens Poles
16 129 23
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series career
10 races run over 3 years
2012 position 104th
Best finish 33rd (2008)
First race 1997 Virginia Is For Lovers 200 (Richmond)
Last race 2012 American Ethanol 225 (Chicago)
Wins Top tens Poles
0 1 0
Statistics current as of November 18, 2017.

Jeffrey Lynn "Jeff" Green (born September 6, 1962)[1] is an American professional stock car racing driver. He currently competes part-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, driving the Nos. 8 and 78 Chevrolet Camaro for B. J. McLeod Motorsports and the Nos. 38 and 93 Camaro for RSS Racing.

Green's 1990 Nashville Speedway USA championship led to his first foray in NASCAR. For several years, he raced part-time in the Busch Series before thriving as a full-time driver in 1995 and 1996. He then went through a two-year Sprint Cup stint with Diamond Ridge Motorsports and Felix Sabates.

Green returned to the Busch Series in 1999. In three seasons, he won the 2000 championship by 616 points, a series record which stood until 2006, and finished second twice. Green participated in IROC's 25th season in 2001, and has raced full-time with four different Sprint Cup teams since 2002.

Personal and early life[edit]

Green was born in Owensboro, Kentucky on September 6, 1962, as the youngest of three brothers;[1] Mark and David Green would also become NASCAR drivers. He currently resides in Davidson, North Carolina with his wife Michelle.[2] In 2002, he and Mark founded The Green Foundation, a non-profit charity assisting people with severe injuries and life-threatening illnesses.

Racing career[edit]

Early years[edit]

Green dominated the field to win the 1990 track championship at Nashville Speedway USA. In 22 races, he won 15 times and had only one finish below third. After the season, John Boatman approached Green about competing in the Autolite Platinum 200, a NASCAR Busch Series event taking place at Richmond International Raceway. Green would start 23rd and finish 22nd in the event, exceeding the team's goal of simply qualifying for the race.[3]

Green in the No. 29 car in 1997

Green ran a limited schedule from 1991-1994, sporadically appearing in Busch Series races and making Cup starts for Sadler Brothers and Junior Johnson in 1994. He became a full-time driver in the Busch Series in 1995 for Dale Earnhardt, Inc., and after consecutive top-five finishes in the points standings, he made a pair of Cup races for DEI in 1996. At the end of the season, he signed to drive the unsponsored No. 8 Chevy for Diamond Ridge Motorsports, and won his first career race at Las Vegas. He later made 20 Winston Cup series starts in 1997 for the No. 29 Cartoon Network Chevrolet Monte Carlo, owned by Diamond Ridge, finishing just behind his brother David for Rookie of the Year honors. Green planned to race full-time for the team in 1998, but only raced in the No. 29 for three of the first six races. He was later released by Diamond Ridge, who suspended operations for the Winston Cup team in an effort to focus on the Busch Series.[4] Green substituted a race for Derrike Cope, and later signed a contract to drive the No. 46 First Union/The Money Store Chevrolet, owned by Felix Sabates, for the rest of the year. Overall, he would race in 22 of 33 season events and finished 40th in points.

Xfinity Series[edit]

Green turned his focus back to the Busch Series afterwards, finishing in the Top 2 in points for the next three years. He finished in second place, 280 points behind Dale Earnhardt Jr., in 1999 driving the No. 32 Kleenex-sponsored Chevy for Progressive Motorsports. It was his first full-time Busch series season since 1996.

As his team became the No. 10 Nesquick/Nestlé-sponsored Chevy and was rebranded ppc Racing in 2000, Green became the heavy favorite to win the championship after Earnhardt and Matt Kenseth departed for the Winston Cup.[5] After dueling with Todd Bodine for the points lead early in the season, Green pulled away with 14 consecutive top-10 finishes, a streak which included five wins.[6] At the end of the year, Green had won the Busch Series championship by 616 points over ppc Racing teammate Jason Keller. This final victory margin was the largest in series history until 2006. Green set a series record for most top-fives in a season (25), and with David Green, the 1994 Busch Series champion, became the first brothers to both win NASCAR championships.[7]

After the 2000 season, Green was again a championship favorite in the 2001 season after switching to Ford. He eventually caught up to Harvick and, with a win in the Carquest Auto Parts 300, Green took a 14-point lead over Harvick fourteen races into the season. However, he would suffer a 29th and two 31st-place finishes in the next four races, crippling his chances in the points race as he fell to fourth-place, 302 points behind Harvick. Green finished 124 points behind Harvick and earned his second runner-up finish in three seasons. He had seven finishes outside the Top 20 compared to only two the previous season. In all, during his three-year full-time return to the Busch Series, Green had 13 wins and 72 Top 10's, both the most of any driver during that period, and averaged three top-tens in every four races.[2] Later that season Green began driving for Richard Childress Racing part-time in the No. 30 America Online-sponsored Chevrolet in Winston Cup (oddly enough as a replacement for Harvick, who was supposed to drive this car before the death of Dale Earnhardt caused him to be promoted to Childress' Winston Cup team much earlier than planned). Green competed in eight races, winning one pole and scoring one top-10 finish. After the season, he left the Busch Series to drive for Childress full-time.

Cup Series career[edit]

In Green's first full Winston Cup season in 2002, he picked up four top-5 finishes, and six top-10s to finish 17th in points.[8] One of these finishes which was his best career finish in the New England 300, finishing second to race winner Ward Burton. The runner-up finish brought him up to 18th in the points standings, and Green stayed in the top-twenty for the rest of the year.

Green began 2003 by winning the pole for the Daytona 500 and had a 7th-place finish at Texas Motor Speedway, but otherwise failed to finish higher than 20th and crashed twice. After an incident with teammate Harvick at Richmond, Richard Childress Racing fired Green on May 5. Two days later, he was picked up by DEI to drive the No. 1 Pennzoil-sponsored Chevrolet, replacing Steve Park, who was hired by Childress to drive the No. 30. Green fared no better than 16th in 12 races and was replaced by John Andretti. He was also replaced in the road-course races by Ron Fellows. In reaction, Green said he was not given the opportunity to improve the situation.[9] After missing three events, Green drove the No. 43 Cheerios/Betty Crocker-sponsored Dodge Intrepid for Petty Enterprises in the Dover 400 after the original driver, Christian Fittipaldi, had a commitment to drive the No. 44 in four races. After driving the Dodge again in the EA Sports 500 the next week, he became the driver for the rest of the season on a race-to-race basis. Green's best finish with the team was 16th at Dover International Speedway; team owner Richard Petty expressed anticipation that the team could work well together after a few months.[10] Green finished 34th in the points standings, and was signed to drive full-time for the team for the next season.

Green had four Top 15 finishes in 2004 (including a seventh-place finish in the Subway 500) and he would fail to finish in 11 races, the most DNF's in one season of his career; five were caused by engine failures while the other six were caused by crashes. The eventual 30th-place finish in the standings remains the lowest result for Green in a full-time season. He would continue to struggle in 2005. He failed to finish in the Top 10 the entire year, with his best finish being 11th in the Coca-Cola 600. Green's 29th-place finish allowed Petty Enterprises to announce on November 11, 2005 that Bobby Labonte would replace him following the season's end.[11]

Green signed with Haas CNC Racing and became the successor of Mike Bliss in the No. 66 Best Buy-sponsored Chevrolet, which had been changed from No. 0 to celebrate the sponsor's 40th anniversary.[12] His new crew chief was Robert "Bootie" Barker, who had been subject to rumors of replacement before the 2006 season.[13] In the Daytona 500, Green crashed midway through the race when Dale Jarrett clipped the right-rear of his car; Green would call this "stupid" and a "rookie" move.[14] He rebounded from the 42nd-place finish in the next nine races, finishing no lower than 26th and rising to 21st in points. After finishing four laps down at Darlington, he recovered from a pit zone infraction penalty at Lowe's Motor Speedway and finished 12th. Green's best race came at the UAW Ford 500 at Talladega Superspeedway, in which he finished seventh after starting 35th, breaking a 70-race streak without a top-10. After another top-10 finish at Martinsville Speedway, he ended the season 28th in the points standings.

Part-time in multiple series[edit]

Green in 2011

Green returned to Haas in 2007, and had three sixth-place finishes but was released with four races to go in the season. In 2008, he attempted four Cup races with Wood Brothers Racing and Front Row Motorsports respectively, but did not qualify for any of those races. He did qualify for three races in the Nationwide Series in the No. 31 Key Motorsports Chevy with a best finish of 28th, and ran eight races with their No. 40 truck team. His best finish was a seventh at Las Vegas.

In 2009, Green continued his part-time schedule in the Nationwide Series, running for Day Racing, MSRP Motorsports, MacDonald Motorsports and Key. His best finish was 21st at Nashville Superspeedway.

As the 2010 NASCAR season began Green had a ride in the Nationwide Series for the Camping World 300 at Daytona for Wayne Day's 05 car. Green also drove at Talladega finishing 16th and at Nashville finishing 24th for Key Motorsports. He later ran a handful of Cup Series races for Latitude 43 Motorsports and Gunselman Motorsports with a best finish of 24th. Green also started and parked Tri Star's No. 36 in the Nationwide Series.

Green started and parked for TriStar Motorsports in 2011. In his lone Sprint Cup Start of the season, he finished 43rd in the debut of the Front Row Motorsports No. 55 at New Hampshire International Speedway.

Green began the 2012 Nationwide Series schedule year driving the year in the new No. 10 for TriStar, but after an injury to Eric McClure after the 2012 Talladega race, Green was named interim driver of the No. 14. Green finished 19th in his first relief start at Darlington, but finished 32nd at Iowa and Lowe's due to a crash and an engine failure respectively. In his fourth relief start, Green posted his best finish of the year, 17th, at Dover International Speedway In his final relief start, Green finished on the lead lap in 18th at Michigan International Speedway. He has since returned to the No. 10.

Green attempted one Sprint Cup Series race in 2012, but failed to qualify at Kansas Speedway driving for Joe Falk's No. 33.

Green at Bristol Motor Speedway in 2015

In 2013, Green returned to the start-and-park No. 10 Toyota for Tri-Star Motorsports, though he replaced McClure in the 14 for four races. Unlike the 10, Green ran full races in the 14. In 2014 at Mid-Ohio, Green was battling for the lead with eventual race winner Chris Buescher but a mechanical failure ruined his best chance at his first Nationwide Series win since 2002. He would finish 29th. In 2015, Green joined the #30 car for The Motorsports Group, replacing the fired Ron Hornaday, Jr.. In his debut for TMG, Green qualified 33rd and finished 40th-the best finish for TMG. Green failed to qualify in his next two attempts. Green joined Rick Ware Racing to race the season opener at Daytona, where he didn't start and park as he usually does, however engine problems caused him to finish 36th. Green drove the #17 Toyota Camry at the 2016 Subway Firecracker 250. He ran in the top 15 most of the race and avoided many wrecks including a wreck on the last lap, where he spun polesitter David Ragan. He finished 7th in the race, his first top-10 in 11 years. Green returned to full-time Xfinity competition in 2017 driving for B. J. McLeod Motorsports. However he parted in ways with the team in the middle of the season (but returned with them at Daytona in July). He joined RSS Racing and start and parks with them.[15]

Conflicts with fellow drivers[edit]

While in the Busch Series, Green developed a rivalry with Kevin Harvick. The drivers were prime contenders for the 2000 and 2001 championships, with Harvick beating Green out in the latter year. Green would become a teammate of Harvick's in the Winston Cup in 2002; both rejected the notion that they could not get along. While their first season together passed without incident, the second did not end well. During the 2003 Pontiac Excitement 400, Harvick ran into the rear of Green's car while Green was attempting to avoid a conflict between Ryan Newman and Ward Burton. Harvick began apologizing for the spin-out, and cameras showed that Green's car had hesitated before the collision. Green was outraged by the incident and confronted Harvick's crew chief, Todd Berrier, later saying, "Tough to be teammates when it seems like there's only one car at RCR."[16] He was fired by Childress the next day, who said that change was needed after the relationship had gone awry.[17]

After a relatively quiet 2004, Green took part in a much-publicized feud with Michael Waltrip during the early 2005 season, especially during races at Martinsville and Darlington, where Green and Waltrip wrecked each other on several occasions.[18] While no penalties were assessed against the drivers, NASCAR ordered them to discontinue the incidents.

During the 2006 season, at the Chevy Rock and Roll 400, after being involved in a crash with Jimmie Johnson on lap 252, Green drove back onto the track, and, while 51 laps down while repairs were made, then slammed into Johnson just after he had spun off the bumper of Reed Sorenson on lap 322, resulting in his car being ordered to the garage for the final 78 laps (resulting in a 41st-place finish).[19]

Motorsports career results[edit]

NASCAR[edit]

(key) (Bold – Pole position awarded by qualifying time. Italics – Pole position earned by points standings or practice time. * – Most laps led.)

Sprint Cup Series[edit]

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 NSCC Pts
1991 Pinnacle Racing 86 Chevy DAY RCH CAR ATL DAR BRI NWS MAR TAL CLT
DNQ
DOV SON POC MCH DAY POC TAL GLN MCH BRI DAR RCH DOV MAR NWS CLT CAR PHO ATL NA -
1994 Sadler Brothers Racing 95 Ford DAY CAR RCH ATL DAR BRI NWS MAR TAL SON CLT DOV POC MCH DAY NHA POC TAL IND GLN MCH BRI
DNQ
DAR RCH
36
DOV MAR NWS
29
CLT CAR PHO 51st 240
Junior Johnson & Associates 97 Ford ATL
18
1996 Dale Earnhardt, Inc. 14 Chevy DAY CAR RCH ATL DAR BRI NWS MAR TAL SON CLT DOV POC
36
MCH DAY NHA POC
41
TAL IND GLN MCH BRI DAR RCH DOV MAR 49th 247
Diamond Ridge Motorsports 29 Chevy NWS
32
CLT
26
CAR PHO ATL
1997 DAY CAR RCH ATL DAR TEX BRI MAR SON TAL CLT
22
DOV
37
POC
35
MCH
31
CAL
7
DAY
DNQ
NHA
32
POC
31
IND
25
GLN
30
MCH
18
BRI
21
DAR
39
RCH
31
NHA
38
DOV
40
MAR
30
CLT
29
TAL
DNQ
CAR
21
PHO
32
ATL
4
39th 1624
1998 DAY
DNQ
CAR
22
LVS
33
ATL
DNQ
DAR
32
BRI
DNQ
TEX TAL
DNQ
CAL CLT DOV 40th 1687
Bahari Racing 30 Pontiac MAR
17
Team SABCO 46 Chevy RCH
42
MCH
30
POC
33
SON NHA
12
POC
24
IND
30
GLN MCH
41
BRI
17
NHA
38
DAR
16
RCH
20
DOV
34
MAR
31
CLT
DNQ
TAL
33
DAY
37
PHO
28
CAR
27
ATL
36
1999 Bud Moore Engineering 15 Ford DAY
DNQ
CAR LVS ATL DAR TEX BRI MAR TAL CAL RCH 60th 100
Team SABCO 01 Chevy CLT
DNQ
DOV MCH POC
21
SON DAY NHA POC IND GLN MCH BRI DAR RCH NHA DOV MAR CLT TAL CAR PHO HOM ATL
2001 Richard Childress Racing 30 Chevy DAY CAR LVS ATL DAR BRI TEX MAR TAL CAL
21
RCH CLT DOV
DNQ
MCH
17
POC SON DAY CHI
36
NHA POC IND
21
GLN MCH BRI
42
DAR RCH
40
DOV KAN CLT
DNQ
MAR TAL PHO CAR ATL
34
NHA 48th 539
31 HOM
9
2002 30 DAY
19
CAR
17
LVS
33
ATL
41
DAR
25
BRI
27
TEX
16
MAR
22
TAL
16
CAL
11
RCH
13
CLT
20
DOV
38
POC
34
MCH
18
SON
5
DAY
21
CHI
12
NHA
2
POC
26
IND
19
GLN
12
MCH
9
BRI
35
DAR
12
RCH
3
NHA
26
DOV
13
KAN
17
TAL
5
CLT
29
MAR
32
ATL
24
CAR
10
PHO
35
HOM
38
17th 3704
2003 DAY
39
CAR
31
LVS
27
ATL
25
DAR
19
BRI
20
TEX
7
TAL
29
MAR
26
CAL
26
RCH
40
34th 2656
Dale Earnhardt, Inc. 1 Chevy CLT
19
DOV
25
POC
33
MCH
28
SON DAY
29
CHI
16
NHA
30
POC
31
IND
20
GLN MCH
21
BRI
40
DAR
18
RCH NHA
Petty Enterprises 43 Dodge DOV
16
TAL
18
KAN
27
CLT
27
MAR
24
ATL
DNQ
PHO
37
CAR
19
HOM
40
2004 DAY
33
CAR
28
LVS
34
ATL
19
DAR
24
BRI
29
TEX
35
MAR
24
TAL
19
CAL
37
RCH
37
CLT
27
DOV
31
POC
15
MCH
27
SON
27
DAY
30
CHI
28
NHA
24
POC
33
IND
14
GLN
17
MCH
23
BRI
29
CAL
27
RCH
25
NHA
19
DOV
21
TAL
39
KAN
29
CLT
35
MAR
7
ATL
21
PHO
23
DAR
14
HOM
37
30th 3054
2005 DAY
16
CAL
27
LVS
23
ATL
28
BRI
29
MAR
22
TEX
43
PHO
21
TAL
25
DAR
22
RCH
24
CLT
11
DOV
30
POC
15
MCH
38
SON
29
DAY
34
CHI
24
NHA
31
POC
19
IND
15
GLN
24
MCH
24
BRI
22
CAL
25
RCH
16
NHA
17
DOV
27
TAL
21
KAN
26
CLT
19
MAR
37
ATL
29
TEX
18
PHO
28
HOM
30
29th 3241
2006 Haas CNC Racing 66 Chevy DAY
42
CAL
24
LVS
18
ATL
26
BRI
15
MAR
25
TEX
18
PHO
18
TAL
14
RCH
18
DAR
32
CLT
12
DOV
28
POC
37
MCH
33
SON
19
DAY
26
CHI
27
NHA
26
POC
35
IND
38
GLN
15
MCH
27
BRI
24
CAL
22
RCH
41
NHA
43
DOV
20
KAN
30
TAL
7
CLT
16
MAR
8
ATL
23
TEX
13
PHO
37
HOM
22
28th 3253
2007 DAY
36
CAL
30
LVS
25
ATL
35
BRI
6
MAR
36
TEX
26
PHO
6
TAL
13
RCH
24
DAR
22
CLT
42
DOV
30
POC
32
MCH
36
SON
42
NHA
6
DAY
37
CHI
27
IND
43
POC
19
GLN
20
MCH
22
BRI
27
CAL
23
RCH
33
NHA
27
DOV
31
KAN
20
TAL
13
CLT
32
MAR
28
ATL TEX PHO HOM 32nd 2704
2008 Wood Brothers Racing 21 Ford DAY CAL LVS ATL BRI
DNQ
MAR TEX PHO TAL RCH NA -
Front Row Motorsports 34 Chevy DAR
DNQ
CLT
DNQ
DOV POC MCH SON NHA DAY CHI IND POC GLN MCH BRI
DNQ
CAL RCH NHA DOV KAN TAL CLT MAR ATL TEX PHO HOM
2010 Latitude 43 Motorsports 26 Ford DAY CAL LVS ATL BRI MAR PHO TEX TAL RCH DAR DOV CLT POC MCH SON NHA DAY CHI IND POC GLN MCH BRI
24
ATL RCH
36
NHA
DNQ
DOV
DNQ
KAN CAL 57th 186
Gunselman Motorsports 64 Toyota CLT
41
MAR TAL TEX
DNQ
PHO HOM
2011 Front Row Motorsports 55 Ford DAY PHO LVS BRI CAL MAR TEX TAL RCH DAR DOV CLT KAN POC MCH SON DAY KEN NHA
43
IND POC GLN MCH 81st 01
Max Q Motorsports 37 Ford BRI
DNQ
ATL RCH CHI NHA DOV KAN CLT TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM
2012 Circle Sport 33 Chevy DAY PHO LVS BRI CAL MAR TEX KAN
DNQ
RCH TAL DAR CLT DOV POC MCH SON KEN DAY NHA IND POC GLN MCH BRI ATL RCH CHI NA -
Humphrey Smith Racing 19 Toyota NHA
DNQ
DOV TAL CLT KAN MAR TEX PHO HOM
2015 The Motorsports Group 30 Chevy DAY ATL LVS PHO CAL MAR TEX BRI RCH
40
TAL KAN CLT
DNQ
DOV
DNQ
POC MCH SON DAY KEN NHA IND POC GLN MCH BRI DAR RCH CHI NHA DOV CLT KAN TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM 74th 01
Daytona 500[edit]
Year Team Manufacturer Start Finish
1998 Diamond Ridge Motorsports Chevrolet DNQ
1999 Bud Moore Engineering Ford DNQ
2002 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 30 19
2003 1 39
2004 Petty Enterprises Dodge 34 33
2005 26 16
2006 Haas CNC Racing Chevrolet 21 42
2007 31 36

Xfinity Series[edit]

NASCAR Xfinity Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 NXSC Pts
1990 Pinnacle Racing 81 Chevy DAY RCH CAR MAR HCY DAR BRI LAN SBO NZH HCY CLT DOV ROU VOL MYB OXF NHA SBO DUB IRP ROU BRI DAR RCH
22
DOV MAR CLT NHA CAR
38
MAR 89th 97
1991 86 DAY
DNQ
RCH CAR
18
MAR
21
VOL
6
HCY
23
DAR
12
BRI
17
LAN
21
SBO NZH
32
CLT DOV ROU
31
HCY
22
MYB
30
GLN OXF NHA SBO 29th 1396
Day Enterprises 52 Chevy DUB
27
IRP
22
ROU
15
BRI
DNQ
DAR RCH DOV CLT NHA CAR MAR
1992 16 DAY
18
CAR
31
RCH ATL
24
MAR DAR BRI
26
HCY
30
LAN
17
DUB
7
NZH CLT DOV ROU
26
MYB
18
GLN VOL
15
NHA TAL IRP
20
ROU MCH
21
NHA BRI
29
DAR RCH DOV CLT
DNQ
MAR CAR HCY 30th 1277
1993 DAY
43
CAR
20
RCH
29
DAR
40
BRI
5
HCY
30
ROU
16
MAR
27
NZH
18
CLT DOV MYB GLN MLW TAL
42
IRP
32
MCH NHA BRI DAR RCH DOV ROU CLT MAR CAR HCY ATL 40th 894
1994 Michael Waltrip Racing 17 Pontiac DAY CAR RCH ATL MAR DAR HCY BRI
3
ROU NHA NZH CLT DOV MYB GLN MLW SBO TAL HCY 61st 360
Whitaker Racing 7 Chevy IRP
QL
MCH BRI DAR RCH
Davison Motorsports 76 Chevy DOV
34
CLT
10
MAR
DNQ
CAR
1995 Dale Earnhardt, Inc. 3 Chevy DAY
7
CAR
10
RCH
36
ATL
DNQ
NSV
10
DAR
27
BRI
25
HCY
29
NHA
14*
NZH
4
CLT
2
DOV
15
MYB
4
GLN
5
MLW
3*
TAL
12
SBO
22
IRP
9
MCH
14
BRI
2
DAR
9
RCH
15
DOV
8
CLT
11
CAR
27
HOM
35
5th 3182
Hank Parker Racing 03 Chevy ATL
22
1996 Dale Earnhardt, Inc. 3 Chevy DAY
25
CAR
20
RCH
37
ATL
32
NSV
40
DAR
11
BRI
2
HCY
7
NZH
3
CLT
43
DOV
7
SBO
3
MYB
5
GLN
6
MLW
7
NHA
4
TAL
14
IRP
36
MCH
18
BRI
8
DAR
7
RCH
27
DOV
29
CLT
8
CAR
8
HOM
13
4th 3059
1997 Diamond Ridge Motorsports 8 Chevy DAY
14
CAR
34
RCH
2
ATL
11
LVS
1*
DAR
8
HCY
4
TEX
15
BRI
12
NSV
2
TAL
3
NHA
13
NZH
4
CLT
31
DOV SBO GLN MLW MYB GTY IRP MCH BRI DAR RCH DOV CLT CAL CAR HOM 28th 1898
1998 Ricky Craven Motorsports 2 Chevy DAY CAR LVS NSV DAR BRI TEX
9
HCY TAL NHA DOV
14
52nd 668
Washington-Erving Motorsports 50 Ford NZH
13
CLT
13
RCH
28
PPR GLN MLW MYB CAL SBO IRP MCH
Martin Motorsports 92 Chevy BRI
37
DAR
DNQ
RCH
18
DOV CLT
DNQ
GTY CAR
DNQ
ATL HOM
1999 Progressive Motorsports 32 Chevy DAY
2
CAR
DNQ
LVS
8
ATL
17
DAR
25
TEX
3
NSV
1*
BRI
23
TAL
17
CAL
32
NHA
2*
RCH
5*
NZH
7*
CLT
10
DOV
7
SBO
2
GLN
40
MLW
2
MYB
1
PPR
4*
GTY
4
IRP
3
MCH
16
BRI
12
DAR
17
RCH
29
DOV
3
CLT
15
CAR
2
MEM
1
PHO
11
HOM
5
2nd 4367
2000 Ppc Racing 10 DAY
42
CAR
2
LVS
6
ATL
13
DAR
4
BRI
2
TEX
5
NSV
12*
TAL
5
CAL
3
RCH
1
NHA
2
CLT
3
DOV
4
SBO
1*
MYB
1*
GLN
10
MLW
1*
NZH
4
PPR
1*
GTY
5
IRP
3*
MCH
14
BRI
3
DAR
4
RCH
2
DOV
42
CLT
4
CAR
1
MEM
3*
PHO
4
HOM
3
1st 5005
2001 Ford DAY
4
CAR
8
LVS
5
ATL
4
DAR
1
BRI
38
TEX
32
NSH
8
TAL
3
CAL
3
RCH
6
NHA
4
NZH
3
CLT
1
DOV
29
KEN
31
MLW
9
GLN
31
CHI
6
GTY
5
PPR
2
IRP
6
MCH
36
BRI
2
DAR
9
RCH
22
DOV
1
KAN
1
CLT
10
MEM
2*
PHO
2
CAR
9*
HOM
9
2nd 4689
2002 Richard Childress Racing 21 Chevy DAY
25
CAR
11*
LVS
5
DAR
3
BRI
1*
TEX
5
NSH TAL CAL
2
RCH
39
NHA NZH CLT
1
DOV
2
NSH KEN MLW DAY CHI
7
GTY PPR IRP MCH
3
BRI
5
DAR
3
RCH
12
DOV
4*
KAN
7
CLT
4
MEM ATL
17
CAR
6*
PHO
31
HOM
10
19th 3209
2003 NEMCO Motorsports 87 Pontiac DAY
36
CAR LVS DAR BRI TEX TAL NSH CAL RCH GTY NZH 72nd 447
Team Amick 32 Chevy CLT
40
DOV NSH KEN MLW DAY CHI NHA PPR IRP MCH BRI DAR RCH
Innovative Motorsports 48 Chevy DOV
39
CLT
24
MEM ATL PHO CAR
Herzog-Jackson Motorsports 92 Chevy KAN
11
HOM
27
2005 Curb Agajanian Performance Group 43 Dodge DAY CAL MXC LVS ATL NSH
20
BRI
20
TEX PHO TAL BRI
18
CAL RCH DOV KAN CLT MEM TEX PHO HOM 47th 984
Biagi Brothers Racing 4 Dodge DAR
28
RCH
6
CLT
17
DOV
38
NSH KEN MLW DAY
15
CHI
38
NHA
17
PPR GTY IRP GLN MCH
2006 McGill Motorsports 36 Chevy DAY CAL MXC LVS ATL BRI TEX NSH PHO TAL RCH DAR CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW DAY CHI NHA MAR GTY IRP GLN MCH
22
BRI CAL RCH DOV KAN CLT MEM TEX PHO HOM 114th 97
2007 Jay Robinson Racing 28 Chevy DAY CAL
19
MXC LVS
23
ATL BRI NSH TEX PHO TAL RCH DAR CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW NHA DAY CHI GTY IRP CGV GLN MCH
36
BRI CAL RCH DOV KAN CLT MEM TEX PHO HOM 96th 255
2008 Key Motorsports 31 Chevy DAY CAL LVS ATL BRI NSH TEX PHO MXC TAL RCH
38
DAR CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW NHA DAY CHI GTY IRP CGV GLN MCH BRI
28
CAL RCH DOV KAN CLT
35
MEM TEX PHO HOM 99th 186
2009 Day Enterprise Racing 05 Chevy DAY
27
CAL LVS BRI TEX TAL
36
RCH DAY
34
CHI 73rd 483
MacDonald Motorsports 81 Dodge NSH
21
PHO
Key Motorsports 40 Chevy DAR
23
CLT DOV NSH
MSRP Motorsports 91 Chevy KEN
DNQ
MLW NHA
Day Enterprise Racing 85 Ford GTY
DNQ
05 IRP
24
IOW GLN MCH BRI CGV ATL RCH DOV KAN CAL CLT MEM TEX PHO HOM
2010 Chevy DAY
27
CAL LVS BRI NSH PHO TEX 46th 868
Key Motorsports 40 Chevy TAL
16
RCH DAR DOV CLT NSH
24
KEN
20
ROA NHA DAY CHI GTY GTY
25
Front Row Motorsports 36 Chevy IRP
40
IOW
43
GLN MCH BRI
43
TriStar Motorsports CGV
42
ATL
43
RCH DOV
43
KAN
43
CAL
43
CLT
42
TEX
DNQ
PHO
43
HOM
43
2011 44 DAY
40
PHO LVS
42
BRI
38
CAL
37
TEX
43
TAL
43
NSH
42
RCH
40
DAR
34
DOV
41
IOW CLT
43
CHI
40
MCH
41
ROA
38
DAY
43
KEN
37
NHA NSH
35
IRP
33
IOW
43
GLN
43
CGV
43
BRI
43
ATL
37
RCH
36
CHI DOV
43
KAN
41
CLT
43
TEX
42
PHO
34
HOM
DNQ
38th 118
2012 10 Toyota DAY
43
PHO
43
LVS
40
BRI
42
CAL
43
TEX
43
RCH
43
TAL
39
ROA
43
KEN
42
DAY
43
NHA
43
CHI
43
IND
36
GLN
40
CGV
43
BRI
42
ATL
35
RCH
43
CHI
31
KEN KAN
42
PHO
23
26th 256
14 DAR
19
IOW
32
CLT
32
DOV
17
MCH
17
91 IOW
43
TEX
37
HOM
40
44 DOV
15
CLT
16
2013 10 DAY
40
PHO
37
LVS
38
BRI
37
CAL
37
TEX
40
RCH
40
TAL
40
DAR
37
CLT
Wth
DOV
35
IOW
40
MCH
36
ROA
40
KEN
40
NHA
40
CHI
37
IND
40
IOW
40
GLN
37
CHI
40
KEN
40
DOV
35
KAN
40
CLT
40
PHO
40
29th 274
NEMCO-Jay Robinson Racing 70 Toyota DAY
30
TriStar Motorsports 14 Toyota MOH
24
BRI
16
ATL
29
RCH
22
TEX
27
HOM
20
2014 91 DAY
40
PHO CAL
40
TEX DAR
39
TAL
38
BRI
40
CLT
35
TEX
HOM
40
31st 172
10 LVS
40
BRI RCH
38
IOW
39
CLT ROA
36
KEN
39
DAY NHA CHI IND IOW GLN ATL
40
KEN
40
PHO
34
14 DOV
18
MCH
23
MOH
29
RCH
30
CHI DOV
26
KAN
2015 10 DAY
QL
ATL LVS
40
PHO
40
CAL
40
TEX
38
BRI
39
RCH
40
TAL
QL±
IOW 38th 119
19 CLT
40
DOV
40
MCH
39
CHI
40
DAY
DNQ
KEN
40
NHA
40
IND
40
IOW
40
GLN
40
MOH
40
BRI
40
ROA
40
DAR
38
RCH
40
CHI
40
KEN
39
DOV
40
CLT
40
KAN
40
TEX
40
PHO
40
HOM
40
2016 Rick Ware Racing 17 Chevy DAY
37
28th 219
TriStar Motorsports 10 Toyota ATL
40
LVS
40
PHO
40
CAL TEX
DNQ
TAL
40
GLN
33
MOH
40
BRI ROA
39
TEX
40
B. J. McLeod Motorsports 15 Ford BRI
27
TriStar Motorsports 14 Toyota RCH
37
DOV
33
CLT
34
POC
34
MCH
33
IOW
33
KEN
33
NHA
35
IND
36
IOW
31
DAR
30
RCH CHI
31
KEN
32
DOV
32
CLT
37
Rick Ware Racing 17 Toyota DAY
7
B. J. McLeod Motorsports 99 Ford KAN
21
PHO
37
HOM
32
2017 8 Chevy DAY
39
ATL
26
LVS
36
PHO CAL
29
TEX
36
BRI
25
-* -*
RSS Racing 93 Chevy RCH
40
DOV
40
POC
40
MCH
35
IOW
40
KEN
37
NHA
38
IND
40
IOW
40
GLN
38
MOH
39
BRI
39
ROA
40
DAR
39
RCH
40
CHI
39
KEN
40
DOV
40
B. J. McLeod Motorsports 8 Toyota TAL
10
DAY
20
78 Chevy CLT
DNQ
RSS Racing 38 Chevy CLT
40
KAN
40
TEX
37
PHO
37
HOM
40
- Qualified for Harry Gant . - Qualified but replaced by Scott Lagasse Jr. · ± - Replaced by Charles Lewandoski.

Camping World Truck Series[edit]

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 NCWTC Pts
1997 Brewco Motorsports 47 Chevy WDW TUS HOM PHO POR EVG I70 NHA TEX BRI NZH MLW LVL CNS HPT IRP FLM NSV GLN RCH
33
MAR SON MMR CAL PHO LVS 128th 64
2008 Key Motorsports 40 Chevy DAY CAL ATL MAR KAN CLT MFD DOV TEX MCH MLW MEM KEN IRP NSH
26
BRI
27
GTW
18
NHA LVS
7
TAL
21
MAR
31
ATL
23
TEX
24
PHO HOM 33rd 777
2012 RSS Racing 37 Chevy DAY MAR CAR KAN CLT DOV TEX KEN IOW CHI
35
POC MCH BRI ATL
DNQ
IOW KEN LVS TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM 104th 01

* Season still in progress.
1 Ineligible for series points

ARCA Hooters SuperCar Series[edit]

(key) (Bold – Pole position awarded by qualifying time. Italics – Pole position earned by points standings or practice time. * – Most laps led.)

ARCA Hooters SuperCar Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 AHSS Pts
1990 Sadler Brothers Racing 95 Buick DAY ATL KIL TAL FRS POC KIL TOL HAG POC TAL MCH ISF TOL DSF WIN DEL ATL
6
98th -
1994 Sadler Brothers Racing 95 Ford DAY TAL FIF LVL KIL TOL FRS MCH DMS POC POC KIL FRS IND I70 ISF DSF TOL SLM WIN ATL
25
119th 355

International Race of Champions[edit]

(key) (Bold – Pole position. * – Most laps led.)

International Race of Champions results
Year Make 1 2 3 4 Pos. Pts
2001 Pontiac DAY
12
TAL
8
MCH
9
IND
8
10th 28

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b NASCAR.com (2006). Jeff Green - Biography. Retrieved June 17, 2006.
  2. ^ a b Best Buy Racing (2006). Bio - Jeff Green. Retrieved June 18, 2006.
  3. ^ Motorsport.com (2000). Jeff Green ten years in Busch Series. Retrieved March 2, 2006.
  4. ^ Jayski's Silly Season Site (1998). April 28, 1998. Retrieved June 17, 2006.
  5. ^ Kiser, Bill (2000). Jeff joins brother David as Busch Series champions. SCENE Daily. Retrieved June 17, 2006.
  6. ^ racing-reference.info. Jeff Green 2000 Busch Series Results. Retrieved June 18, 2006.
  7. ^ David-Green.com (2006). David Green's Biography. Retrieved June 18, 2006.
  8. ^ Jeff Green 2002 Winston Cup Results. Retrieved June 18, 2006.
  9. ^ Smith, Marty (2003). Andretti to replace Green in No. 1 Chevrolet. NASCAR.com. Retrieved June 18, 2006.
  10. ^ Montgomery, Lee (2003). Petty pleased with Green's work in No. 43. NASCAR.com. Retrieved June 18, 2006.
  11. ^ Spoor, Mark (2005). Labonte lands in Petty's No. 43 Dodge. NASCAR.com. Retrieved January 15, 2006.
  12. ^ TMCnet (2006). Best Buy Racing Enters NASCAR Nextel Cup Series as Primary Sponsor of Car Number 66. Retrieved June 18, 2006.
  13. ^ Fox Sports (2005). NASCAR This Morning Q&A: Bootie's back in '06. Retrieved January 15, 2006.
  14. ^ Utter, Jim (2006). Green rips Jarrett for 'rookie' move after 4-car wreck. ThatsRacin.com. Retrieved June 18, 2006.
  15. ^ Caldwell, Clayton (January 27, 2017). "Jeff Green Returns To Full Time Competition In NASCAR XFINITY Series". SpeedwayMedia.com. USA Today Sports Digital Properties. Retrieved January 28, 2017. 
  16. ^ Smith, Marty. (2003). Green enraged after incident with Harvick. NASCAR.com. Retrieved June 18, 2006.
  17. ^ Rodman, Dave (2003). Green out at RCR, no replacement named. NASCAR.com. Retrieved October 19, 2006.
  18. ^ Smith, Marty (2005). Waltrip, Green feud all night at Darlington. NASCAR.com. Retrieved June 17, 2006.
  19. ^ NASCAR Chevy Rock'n'Roll 400 Lap-by-Lap. NASCAR.com. Retrieved December 9, 2006.

External links[edit]

  • Jeff Green driver statistics at Racing-Reference
Sporting positions
Preceded by
Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
NASCAR Busch Series Champion
2000
Succeeded by
Kevin Harvick
Preceded by
Nicky Formosa
Nashville Speedway USA Track Champion
1990
Succeeded by
Mike Reynolds