Jeff Green announces he has officially retired from NASCAR

Jeff Green announces he has officially retired from NASCAR

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Former Xfinity Series champion Jeff Green officially announced his retirement from NASCAR via tweet which got the NASCAR community sending  joyful farewells.

The 58-y-o competed in over 8oo NASCAR races across the top three NASCAR national touring series, victorious in 16 Xfinity Series events. From 1999 and 2001, Green never finished lower than second in Xfinity points.

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Green mainly became a start-and-park driver for the past ten years, first with TriStar Motorsports, then  with RSS Racing. However, when he did run a entire race, he got four top-10 finishes since 2016, including both races at Daytona International Speedway in 2019. At Talladega Superspeedway in 2017,

According to Jayski Jeff Green said  he had a “very blessed” career.


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