Jeff Fuller (racing Driver)

Jeff Fuller (racing Driver)

Jeff Fuller is a NASCAR driver. Before joining NASCAR's major leagues, Fuller won the 1992 Winston Modified Tour championship, driving for Sheba Racing. The Massachusetts native has 31 wins on the Modified Tour and was named the series' most popular drivers for three consecutive seasons (1992–1994).

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Jeff Fuller (racing Driver) - Sprint Cup Series Career
... Fuller made his Cup Series debut in 1992,running the 88 Pontiac for John and Scott Bandzul at Richmond ... He was tapped to drive the 27 Viagra Pontiac for Eel River Racing ... Fuller made six of the first seven races,having a best finish of 22nd at Atlanta and a best start of 7th at Texas,but was released in favor of Dick Trickle ...

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    Beware of over-great pleasure in being popular or even beloved.
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