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Greg Biffle has won the pole for Sunday's race at Bristol Motor Speedway, maintaining his strong start to the season.
Biffle turned a lap of 125.215 mph in his Roush Fenway Racing Ford during Friday's qualifying session. He is the Sprint Cup Series points leader.
AJ Allmendinger qualified second in a Penske Racing Dodge and was followed by Ryan Newman in a Chevrolet for Stewart-Haas Racing.
Jeff Gordon qualified fourth in a Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet. Brad Keselowski was fifth to put both Penske cars in the top five. Regan Smith was sixth and was followed by Aric Almirola, Carl Edwards, Joey Logano and Kasey Kahne.
Timmy Hill was the only driver who failed to qualify. Robby Gordon withdrew because of mechanical problems.
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For Greg Biffle, "everything is going right, right now."
Further evidence came Friday, when Biffle won his first Sprint Cup pole at Bristol Motor Speedway, for Sunday's Food City 500 -- his 10th career Cup pole in 334 attempts.
The 42-year-old Roush Fenway Racing driver surprised even himself with a lap of 125.215 mph in his No. 16 3M Ford. He believed the time (15...
<span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif";">Roush Fenway’s Greg Biffle covered the .533 oval of Bristol Motor Speedway in 15.324 seconds (125.215 mph) to win the Sprint Cup pole and cap off a strong performance for RFR that saw Carl Edwards lead the day's Sprint practice session as well.
Roush Fenway Racing’s Greg Biffle carries the Sprint Cup Series points lead into this weekend’s showdown at Bristol Motor Speedway. Biffle is the third Roush Fenway driver to hold the Cup point lead in the last year and leads a lineup of RFR Champions into this weekend race. Biffle, a two-time NASCAR Champion, leads fellow NASCAR Champions Matt Kenseth and Carl Edwards in the...
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series points leader Greg Biffle kicked off his Food City 500 race weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway on Friday by claiming the pole with a fast lap of 15.324 second to start first in the race on Sunday.
“I’ve got to pinch myself,” Biffle said of the start he’s gotten off to in 2012. “I think I’m dreaming.”
Brad Keselowski held the provisional pole...
Greg Biffle edged out A.J. Allmendinger by .001 seconds to snag his first career pole at the Bristol Motor Speedway. This will be Biffle’s fourth career front row start at Bristol on Sunday.
“My guys got me out with about two and a half minutes left. I got one more run in and that made the difference today of being on the front row. This is a team effort. They are working super...
After three straight thirds, Greg Biffle will zero in on his first short-track victory Sunday…
Greg Biffle won the pole for Sunday’s Food City 500 from Bristol Motor Speedway with a time of 15.324 seconds. AJ Allmendinger, Ryan Newman, Jeff Gordon, and Brad Keselowski round out the top five starting positions. Other notable qualifying positions … Continue reading →