You know, Greg Biffle has been around for quite awhile. The Biff, as we call him, is a Washington-state native who came from the short tracks of the Northwest.
Benny Parsons is given credit for discovering Greg during the 1995/1996 Winter Heat series. Benny called car owner Jack Roush and told him be better take a look at this kid.
In 1998, Biffle won rookie of the year honors in the Camping World Truck Series and won the championship there two years later. In 2001, after taking his career to the next level, Greg was the rookie of the year in the Nationwide Series. In 2002, he won the Nationwide Series championship and became the first driver in NASCAR history to win championships in those two series.
Then after moving up to NASCAR's premier series, Greg won his first NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Daytona International Speedway in 2003. Then 2005 was the breakout year for Greg in the Cup series. He won five times in the first 15 races. He ended up getting his sixth win that year ...