Found September 07, 2012 on
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Greg Biffle, driver of the No. 16 3M Ford Fusion, heads into Saturday nights race at RIR locked into the Chase field and standing third in points. Biffle talked with media members after the second practice session Friday afternoon.
HOW WAS THE PRACTICE SESSION? “You know, it is the same old Richmond. It is slick, hard to get ahold of and we are wondering what the track will be like at night when the sun goes down. It always seems like you get out at the most inopportune time. We got out with three minutes to go with our last set of stickers and that doesn’t do you justice because you can’t get enough laps on them. Right as the car is coming in the black flag is out. I think we are pretty decent and I think we are a little better than we have been here in the past. We will just have to wait and see tomorrow night. I think we will be okay in qualifying trim but we will have to wait and see where we end up.”
HOW GOOD A FEELING IS IT KNOWING YOU ARE IN THE CHASE ALREADY? “It is a grea...
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