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Jeff Green (NASCAR driver)

Jeff Green, of Owensboro, Kentucky, is a stock car driver in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. He drives the #44 for Tri-Star Motorsports part time. Green was the Nashville Speedway USA track champion in 1990 and the Busch Series champion in 2000. He is the brother of NASCAR drivers David and Mark Green.
Jeff Green, of Owensboro, Kentucky, is a stock car driver in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. He drives the #44 for Tri-Star Motorsports part time. Green was the Nashville Speedway USA track champion in 1990 and the Busch Series champion in 2000. He is the brother of NASCAR drivers David and Mark Green. « Show less

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  • Buescher claims third Trucks win with last-lap pass at Chicagoland

    Buescher claims third Trucks win with last-lap pass at Chicagoland
    When James Buescher was forced to pit to change carburetors during the course of Saturday night's American Ethanol 225, any chance of winning appeared lost, especially when he got back on track two laps down. Buescher not only made up those two laps,...
  • Elliott Sadler shakes off sickness for Chicagoland Nationwide win

    Elliott Sadler shakes off sickness for Chicagoland Nationwide win
    Elliott Sadler went from sick to stupendous, rallying late to capture Sunday's STP 300 NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Chicagoland Speedway. Sadler, who also won the $100,000 Nationwide Dash 4 Cash bonus for the victory, had battled a flu bug for the...
  • Allmendinger overcomes late draw for Cup pole at Kansas

    Allmendinger overcomes late draw for Cup pole at Kansas
    Despite a late draw on a slick track that warmed throughout Saturday's qualifying session, AJ Allmendinger claimed the pole for Sunday's STP 400 at Kansas Speedway, posting a lap at 175.993 mph (30.683 seconds). In winning the second Coors Light pole...
  • Kurt Busch edges Hamlin for Nationwide victory at Richmond

    Kurt Busch edges Hamlin for Nationwide victory at Richmond
    By the thinnest of margins, in a breathtaking finish that featured two cars sideways and side-by-side at the finish line, Kurt Busch beat Denny Hamlin to the checkered flag by .062 seconds to win Friday night's Virginia 529 College Savings 250 at Richmond...