|SOURCE: NASCAR Media|
The finish was Green’s third of 2011 and his first since Phoenix, three races ago. With it, Green is now tied with both Joe Nemechek and Morgan Shepherd for the second-most last-place finishes in NASCAR history at 34 apiece. All three now stand one finish behind all-time leader Derrike Cope’s mark of 35.
Green qualified 26th at a speed of 171.306 mph, ranking him fifth among the thirteen “go-or-go-homers” who made the field due to the race’s 43-car entry list.
*Jeff Green’s most recent last-place finish in a Nationwide race at Fontana was in 2010, when Green’s TriStar-owned #36 fell out with a fuel pressure problem after 2 laps of the CampingWorld.com 300.
*The #10 had never before finished last in a Nationwide race at Fontana.
THE BOTTOM FIVE
43) #10-Jeff Green / 2 laps / vibration
42) #72-John Jackson / 3 laps / fuel pump
41) #47-Scott Speed / 4 laps / vibration
40) #74-Mike Harmon / 5 laps / rear end
39) #42-Josh Wise / 6 laps / electrical
LASTCAR N'WIDE SERIES DRIVER'S CHAMPIONSHIP
1st) Jeff Green (3)
2nd) Mike Harmon, Josh Wise (1)
LASTCAR N'WIDE SERIES OWNER'S CHAMPIONSHIP
1st) #10-TriStar Motorsports (3)
2nd) #42-The Motorsports Group, #74-Mike Harmon (1)
LASTCAR N'WIDE SERIES MANUFACTURER'S CHAMPIONSHIP
1st) Toyota (3)
2nd) Chevrolet (2)