The 2014 season marks the sixth year Mike Green will direct the U.S. Army Top Fuel Dragster.
In 2009, Mike Green joined the U.S. Army racing family. In that same season, Green captured his first world championship as a crew chief while wearing the U.S. Army colors. Along the way, he directed Schumacher to five wins in seven final-round appearances with one of the victories coming at the prestigious Mac Tools U.S. Nationals in Indianapolis.
In 2010 and 2011, Green and his crew positioned the U.S. Army car to battle for both event wins and provided him a shot at winning the championship, each year finishing in the Top 5, with seven final-round appearances and six number-one qualifying spots. The 2013 season proved to be the most challenging as the team battled with a new setup, netting three victories and a seventh place finish overall.
Prior to joining DSR, Green worked with Don Prudhomme for 5 seasons, working with Funny Car driver Tommy Johnson Jr. He spent five seasons in that role. Mike Green began his stint with DSR in 2008 tuning the FRAM Top Fuel dragster piloted Cory McClenathan.
Overall, Mike Green has over 20 years drag racing experience.