BUSCH: David Green Darlington track notes

DAVID GREEN No. 34 AFG Glass Chevrolet Monte Carlo <pre> Darlington Raceway NASCAR Busch Series Results Date Start Finish Money Won Status Laps 04/06/91 15 23 $ 1,430 Accident 137...

DAVID GREEN No. 34 AFG Glass Chevrolet Monte Carlo <pre> Darlington Raceway NASCAR Busch Series Results Date Start Finish Money Won Status Laps 04/06/91 15 23 $ 1,430 Accident 137 of 147 08/31/91 21 30 1,502 Accident 81 of 147 03/27/93 1 6 6,625 Running 147 of 147 09/05/93 33 12 5,660 Running 147 of 147 03/26/94 10 12 6,000 Running 146 of 147 09/03/94 26 14 5,985 Running 110 of 111 03/25/95 5 31 7,420 Engine 119 of 147 09/02/95 7 32 7,260 Running 90 of 147 03/23/96 4 14 5,695 Running 147 of 147 08/31/96 16 4 11,460 Running 147 of 147 03/21/98 11 39 4,090 Accident 43 of 147 09/15/98 36 11 14,190 Running 146 of 147 03/20/99 43 7 8,220 Running 146 of 147 09/04/99 27 40 6,425 Oil Line 69 of 147 03/18/00 4 7 13,245 Running 147 of 147 Totals $ 105,207 1,822 of 2,169 (84%)

</pre> David Green Quick Facts

In 15 starts at Darlington Raceway, David Green has six top five starts, including one pole, and four top 10 finishes.

David Green is currently eighth in the NASCAR Busch Series point standings 133 points behind seventh position.

DAVID GREEN CALLED TO SUBSTITUTE FOR BILL ELLIOT: David Green, driver of the No. 34 AFG Glass Chevrolet Monte Carlo in the NASCAR Busch Series, was called upon to drive for injured NASCAR Winston Cup Series driver, Bill Elliot in the goracing.com 500 last weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway, his first Winston Cup Series start since November 21, 1999 (Homestead-Miami Speedway). Green started the No. 94 car from the 26th position, ran in the top 20 for much of the 500 lap event, but was involved in an incident on lap 416 and finished 36th. The 1994 Busch Series Champion will pilot the No. 94 car again in Sunday's Pepsi Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway should Elliot elect not to race. "It felt great to get back in a Winston Cup car," said the Owensboro, Kentucky native. "It had a lot of fun, until the wreck, that is. But, that's just Bristol, I guess. I'm glad I was able to help out Bill and his team. I hope he's able to race in Darlington, but if he's not I'm ready."

Owensboro, Kentucky native and NASCAR Busch Series driver David Green, along with his brother and fellow Busch Series competitor Mark, joined NASCAR and Kentucky Speedway on Tuesday, August 29 for the announcement that the 1.5 mile speedway will be added to the Busch Series schedule in 2001. The event is scheduled for June 16, 2001. Located in Sparta, Kentucky, the track is within a one-hour drive of Cincinnati, Ohio, and both Louisville and Lexington, Kentucky, and is 167 miles from the Green brothers' hometown. "I was honored that NASCAR and Kentucky Speedway asked me to be a part of the announcement," said the driver of the No. 34 AFG Glass Chevrolet Monte Carlo. "I feel a special bond with the track since it's in my home state, even if I haven't raced there yet. It will give my family a chance to get to get to another race next year. Plus, it is always fun to race for a hometown crowd."

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