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Jeff Falk, born in Chesapeake, VA is a former NASCAR driver. He ran four races in the Busch Series during 2001. Those four races all came in the #8 Chevy owned by Armando Fitz. He started the #8 Chevy in 40th position at Richmond, but only managed a 31st. He improved at Nazareth with a 29th and then managed 24th at Bristol. That would end up being a career best, although he did manage a 25th in his return at Richmond. It would turn out to be Falk's last career start. Falk came from Nashville Speedway USA and after Fitz moved on to Kerry Earnhardt, Falk did a number of races at that small track.

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  • Jeff Falk, born in Chesapeake, VA is a former NASCAR driver. He ran four races in the Busch Series during 2001. Those four races all came in the #8 Chevy owned by Armando Fitz. He started the #8 Chevy in 40th position at Richmond, but only managed a 31st. He improved at Nazareth with a 29th and then managed 24th at Bristol. That would end up being a career best, although he did manage a 25th in his return at Richmond. It would turn out to be Falk's last career start. Falk came from Nashville Speedway USA and after Fitz moved on to Kerry Earnhardt, Falk did a number of races at that small track.
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  • Jeff Falk, born in Chesapeake, VA is a former NASCAR driver. He ran four races in the Busch Series during 2001. Those four races all came in the #8 Chevy owned by Armando Fitz. He started the #8 Chevy in 40th position at Richmond, but only managed a 31st. He improved at Nazareth with a 29th and then managed 24th at Bristol. That would end up being a career best, although he did manage a 25th in his return at Richmond. It would turn out to be Falk's last career start. Falk came from Nashville Speedway USA and after Fitz moved on to Kerry Earnhardt, Falk did a number of races at that small track.
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