Jeff Streeter, November 25, 1979 in Vinton, IA, is a former NASCAR driver. He was a part-time Nationwide Series driver in 2001 and 2003.

Streeter made his debut in 2001 at Nashville, running a family-owned vehicle. He started 43rd and only finished 41st due to an early crash. His next race came at California, where he improved with a 36th place finish. After a 37th place finish at Dover, he set his yearlong best of 29th at IRP

Streeter ran five races in 2003, beginning with a 29th place finish at California. Amazing, Streeter finished 29th twice more in 2003: at Nazareth and at Memphis. That meant that 29th would be his best career finish four times over. His run at California also ended up being his best career start. He started that event 18th.

Increased competition and low funding closed Streeter's team and he has not raced in major NASCAR since.

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