Green Seeks Cabin Fever Cure at Daytona: After a long winter of preparing for the 2000 NASCAR Busch Series season, David Green and AFG Glass Team 34 are ready begin competing. "Daytona is the first and biggest race of the year and everyone on...
Green Seeks Cabin Fever Cure at Daytona:
After a long winter of preparing for the 2000 NASCAR Busch Series season, David Green and AFG Glass Team 34 are ready begin competing.
"Daytona is the first and biggest race of the year and everyone on AFG Glass Team 34 has been working really hard all winter preparing the 34 cars," said Green. "All of us want to get out of the shop and go out and do what we do best -- and that's to race.
Sterling® Rides with AFG for Daytona:
AFG, the second largest flat glass manufacturer in North America, kicks off the NASCAR Busch Series season with Sterling®, a full line plumbing products company, as their featured associate sponsor at Daytona.
On selected events, AFG will change the livery on the quarter panels on the No. 34 car in appreciation for their featured associate sponsors who utilize AFG Glass.
David Green Scheduled Appearances: David will sign autographs at the Publix® Race Festival at Jackie Robinson Memorial Stadium in Daytona Beach from 6-7 pm and will be interviewed live from Sweetwaters Restaurant at 8 pm on the Pros in Motorsports show on Monday, February 14. David will also be appearing on Fast Talk with Benny Parsons at the Volusia Mall at 6 pm on Wednesday, February 16. And lastly, be sure to catch him bright and early on Thundersports Live! from the Daytona Beach Regional Airport at 7:45 am, Thursday, February 17.
David Green's NASCAR Busch Series Daytona Career Highlights: Highest Start: Pole Position in 1991 Highest Finish: 8th in 1993 Average Start: 23rd Average Finish: 20th Laps Completed: 400/600 (67%)
David Green NASCAR Busch Series Daytona Statistics: Year S/F LC/TL Status 1991 1/30 23/120 Accident 1993 8/8 120/120 Running 1994 40/38 20/120 Engine 1995 33/14 118/120 Running 1996 33/12 119/120 Running