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American professional stock car racing driver, announcer, and professional wrestling promoter from Emporia, Virginia. Currently a NASCAR driver with occasional appearances for the Virginia Lottery at Martinsville Speedway, Richmond International Raceway, and Bristol Motor Speedway; in 2019, he drove the No. Wikipedia
Sentences forJeff Green (racing driver)
- In the off-season, Jeff Green was signed to replace Bliss.
- Jeff Green took over for 2004–2005, with a best finish of seventh at Martinsville in 2004.
- Waltrip had a much-publicized feud with fellow Kentucky-man Jeff Green, then driver of Petty Enterprises No.
- Robby Gordon continued driving the car for the final races of 2001, DNQing twice (at Charlotte and Atlanta), and missing one race that Jeff Green drove in his place.
- Jeff Green and Johnny Sauter originally drove as well, before leaving to concentrate on their Cup rides.
- The next year, Jeff Green and Jay Sauter drove the car.
- After Dale Earnhardt's death, Harvick was moved into RCR's primary car and 2000 Busch Series champion Jeff Green was selected to drive the car in his place.
- Jeff Green drove the car in another two races that year.
- It debuted at New Hampshire Motor Speedway with Jeff Green starting and parking.
- 14. Though he had an illness before the Mid-Ohio race was replaced by Jeff Green.
- Jeff Green moved from the start-and-park No.
- During the 2003 Pontiac Excitement 400, there was a feud between RCR drivers Kevin Harvick and Jeff Green.
- Failed to qualify: Johnny Sauter (#70), Jeff Green (#34)
- For the rest of the year, Blake Koch and Jeff Green ran the majority of the races, again mostly as a start and park.
- 44 car was run in 2011 by Jeff Green as a Start and park entry.
- 36, which was a third car in 2010 with Tony Ave and Jeff Green behind the wheel, running as a start and park operation.
- He then won the next weekend at the Sam's Club 200 at North Carolina Motor Speedway by leading only the last two laps as leaders Jeff Green and Michael Waltrip wrecked each other on the last lap.
- 30 car driven by Jeff Green.
- The 1990 season was dominated by Jeff Green.
- 28. Jeff Green
- Jeff Green replaced Mike Bliss in the No.
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