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Greg Biffle, driver of the No. 16 3M Ford Fusion, posted the fastest single-lap speed in Saturday’s first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series practice at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Biffle, who won the pole for tomorrow’s Bank of America 500, along with crew chief Matt Puccia, spoke about how the weekend has gone to this point and what they’re looking for tomorrow night.
GREG BIFFLE – No. 16 3M Ford Fusion – WHAT WILL YOU TAKE AWAY FROM THE FIRST PRACTICE SESSION TODAY? “I think we’ve got a pretty fast car for tomorrow night. We’re just working on trying to get a good balance and good drive. A lot of guys are getting tight and then it’s falling off as far as speed, so we’re just continuing to try and work on the good balance in the car.”
YOU WON’T HAVE THOSE SAME CONDITIONS TOMORROW NIGHT IN THE RACE, SO HOW VALUABLE WAS IT? “I guess balance is the only thing we’re looking for and how is our total grip. Is it too tight? Is it too loose? We know the grip is going to increase, b
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Greg Biffle, driver of the No.16 Ford Fusion for Roush Fenway Racing won the pole for Saturday nights Bank of America 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Biffle set a new track record of 193.708mph in winning his twelfth career pole and third of 2012.
“I was super excited after that lap,” Biffle said. “I drove it off into Turn one further than I thought...
With six races remaining in the Chase for the Sprint Cup, can Greg Biffle still be a contender?
Certainly, starting from the pole in Saturday's Bank of America 500 can't hurt. Biffle's lap of 193.708 mph broke the existing track record of 193. 216, set by Elliott Sadler for this race in 2005.
But will he be able to maintain his presence at the front of the pack for...
Greg Biffle won the pole for Saturday night's race at Charlotte Motor Speedway, one that won't include an Earnhardt for the first time in 33 years.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is sitting out the next two races after sustaining his second concussion this year during a 25-car car crash last week at Talladega. Regan Smith, who'll drive Earnhardt's No. 88 Chevrolet, qualified...
Greg Biffle was cackling with laughter when he crossed the finish line Thursday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway — and it wasn't just because he set a track record in qualifying for Sunday's Bank of America 500.
Biffle was enjoying the thrill of a pole-winning lap during which he said he scared himself more than once. Touring the 1.5-mile speedway in 27.877 seconds (193...
It was a fast night at Charlotte Motor Speedway and Greg Biffle was the fastest of them all on Thursday night.
Setting a lap averaging 193.708 mph around the 1.5-mile Charlotte Motor Speedway, Biffle set the benchmark lap that the rest of the field would be chasing in the qualifying session.
As more and more cars took the to the track, Biffle’s lap became harder and harder for...
Greg Biffle talks to the media after winning the Coors Light pole award for Saturday night’s Bank of America 500 from the Charlotte Motor Speedway. His lap was a new track record, clocking in at 27.877 seconds. Video courtesy of NASCAR Media Group.
Greg Biffle wins pole for fifth Chase race...
Ford Racing drivers Greg Biffle (4th) and Carl Edwards (7th) captured top 10 finishes at the Charlotte Motor Speedway during Saturday night’s running of the Bank of America 500. Aric Almirola came home 12th and Matt Kenseth recovered from an early spin to place 14th. Those two drivers were the only other Ford Racing drivers in the top 20. Below is post-race reaction from Biffle...