Green to miss Second Half of Season

SUGAR HILL, Ga. (June 11, 2019) – Veteran driver Jeff Green will miss the second half of the NASCAR XFINITY season for rotator cuff surgery. Green, who drives the #38 Chevrolet for RSS Racing will make his final start at Kentucky Speedway in July.

The plan is for Green plans to return driving in 2020 depending on funding and sponsorship. The surgery will require the driver to step out of the cock pit but not away from the track. The 2000 champion of the series will return to the track at Iowa in late July where he will be a crew chief for RSS Racing. The team is working on plans for the remainder of the season and will be announced at a later date.

About RSS Racing:

RSS Racing fields the No. 38, 39, and 93 Chevrolet Camaros in the NASCAR XFINITY Series with drivers Jeff Green, Josh Bilicki, and Ryan Sieg. RSS Racing has competed in NASCAR events since 2009 from its headquarters in Sugar Hill, Ga. The team had its best career finish of 2nd at Iowa Speedway in 2017. The team recorded its best points finish of 9th with Ryan Sieg in 2016. For more information on RSS Racing and Ryan Sieg, please visit or follow @RyanSiegRacing on Twitter.

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