NASCAR driver makes history, and it's nothing to be proud of

In 2000, race car driver Jeff Green was on top of the world. That year he won the NASCAR XFINITY SERIES championship by collecting six wins and 25 top-five finishes. However, a lot has changed in the last 17 years.

Green hasn't won a race in the XFINITY series since 2002 and has become one of the series' least successful competitors. In fact, his last-place finish in this past Saturday's race at Charlotte Motor Speedway marked Green's 100th-career last-place finish in the XFINITY Series, making him the first driver to ever collect at least 100 last-place finishes in any of NASCAR's top-3 levels of racing, according to

In fact, the only tracks currently on the XFINITY Series schedule where Green hasn't finished last are Darlington and Michigan.

To commemorate this moment in NASCAR history, is actually selling #Last100 shirts that are complete with the phrase, "NASCAR Champion. LASTCAR Legend."

You might think that Green would be offended by the shirt, but the folks at LASTCAR actually presented the 55-year-old driver with one of the tops recently and he took a picture with it.

If you're interested in one of these shirts, they're available via

Profits earned from the shirts will go to Green's current XFINITY SERIES team, RSS Racing.