Originally written October 25, 2012 on Start 'N' Park Blog:
With four races to go in the Chase for the Sprint Cup, Greg Biffle comes to the Martinsville Speedway looking to turn around his fortunes at the track. In 19 starts he has only gotten two top 10 finishes, a 7th in 2007 and a 10th in 2010. One year ago he finished 15th and earlier this year he came home 13th. Team: No. 16 3M Ford Fusion Crew Chief: Matt Puccia Chassis: Primary: RK-822 Last ran New Hampshire – finished 18th Backup: RK-777 Last ran Pocono – finished 24th Greg Biffle on racing at Martinsville Speedway: “Martinsville is one of those tracks where I have a love/hate relationship.  You’ve got to keep the brakes on the car and keep the car turning good to be competitive.  Track position is very important so qualifying will be a focus.  We can win there, we just have to be in the right situation.  We have a brand new car for this weekend and I feel pretty good about running in the top 10.” Crew chief Matt Puccia on racing at Martinsville Speedway: “Martinsville is the smallest race track we race on all year, so taking care of your brakes, and taking care of your car is crucial.  You need to save your brakes, but at the same time, try to maintain track position because it is hard to obtain.  We’ve run well there in the past, it’s just about being in the right place at the right time when the dust settles.”
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