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David Green


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Born: 28 January 1958
Hometown: Owensboro, Kentucky, United States

A NASCAR driver.

His accomplishments include:
1994 NASCAR Busch Grand National Series Champion


Biography

The following section is an excerpt from Wikipedia's David Green (racing driver) page on 30 September 2019, text available via the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

David A. Green is a former American stock car racing driver, who currently works as a NASCAR official. While driving, he won the 1994 NASCAR Busch Series championship. His two younger brothers, Jeff and Mark have also competed in the NASCAR circuit.

Green, born in Owensboro, Kentucky, made his debut in 1989 at Hickory Motor Speedway for Day Enterprise Racing, starting 15th but finishing 30th after suffering an engine failure. He ran two more races the next year, suffering transmission failure in both races. In 1991, Green signed up with FILMAR Racing to drive the No. 8, and made an immediate impact, winning the pole position at the season-opening Goody's 300. Despite failing to qualify for two of the first seven races, Green won in just his 12th start at Lanier Raceway. He would finish runner-up to Jeff Gordon for Rookie of the Year. Surprisingly, Green was fired from the ride, and spent the 1992 season working as a member of Bobby Labonte's pit crew. When Labonte moved to Winston Cup in 1993, Green took over the team's No. 44 ride. Although he did not win, he finished in the top ten 16 times and finished third in the points. The next year, he won the Goody's 250, nine poles, as well as the Busch Series championship. Green stayed with Labonte Racing and won four more poles in 1995, but dropped to twelfth in points.


Article Index

DateArticleAuthor/Source
15 February 2002VOLARIS ONLINE ON FAST TRACK WITH NASCAR SPONSORSHIPVolaris Online


Merchandise

Type & Item #NameDetails
Collector Card - 1992 Maxx 79David GreenTIC Financial Systems Oldsmobile
Collector Card - 1996 Upper Deck Road to the Cup RC49David Green#95 Caterpillar Chevrolet Monte Carlo


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