Found April 13, 2012 on Start 'N' Park Blog:
Martin Truex, Jr. won the pole for Saturday night’s Samsung Mobile 500 from Texas with a time of 28.366 seconds. Matt Kenseth, Greg Biffle, Mark Martin, and Kasey Kahne round out the top five starting positions. Other notable qualifying positions … Continue reading

Biffle rolls to Texas Sprint Cup victory

Greg Biffle passed Jimmie Johnson with 30 laps to go and held on to win the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Texas on Saturday night. The victory was Biffle's first of the season. Johnson placed second, followed by Mark Martin and Jeff Gordon. Johnson was denied his first win of the season, while Hendrick Motorsports came up short in its shot at a 200th career victory. Jeff Gordon...

Points leader Biffle breaks 49 race winless streak at Texas

NASCAR Sprint Cup points leader Greg Biffle added to his points lead, breaking a 49 race winless streak last night at Texas Motorspeedway. Biffle took the lead on Lap 304 of 334 and pulled away to win his first race since Oct. 3, 2010, holding off Jimmie Johnson, who led a race high 156 laps en route to a second place finish. "I just dug deep," Biffle said. "I knew...

Biffle snaps winless streak in Texas

Greg Biffle got by Jimmie Johnson for the lead with 31 laps remaining and drove on to the win Saturday night in the Samsung Mobile 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Texas Motor Speedway. It was Biffle’s first win since 2010, and car owner Jack Roush’s ninth Cup victory at TMS. “I just dug deep,” Biffle said of his late-race pass. “I knew I had to do it, and I kept trying...

CUP: Biffle Earning Respect With Top Runs

After winning at Texas, Greg Biffle remains the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series points leader...

Roush drivers tough to beat in Texas

Roush Fenway Racing has been a dominant force at Texas Motor Speedway. Since the inaugural NASCAR Sprint Cup race there in 1997 -- when Jeff Burton powered the No. 99 car to Victory Lane and Mark Martin backed up that success with a win the following year -- Roush Fenway Fords have won eight of 22 Cup events and 16 races overall at Texas. Matt Kenseth, the defending winner of the...

Captain Thunder's Legendary TOP-5 Fantasy NASCAR Picks - TEXAS

Greg Biffle - WINNER #16 Filtrete Ford ·         One win, six top fives, nine top 10s; one pole ·         Average finish of 17.2 ·         Average Running Position of 13.3, ninth-best ·         Driver Rating of 100.8, third-best ·         Series-high 402 Fastest Laps Run ·         898 Green Flag Passes, 13th-most ·    ...

CUP: Texas Power Rankings

Greg Biffle takes over the top spot in the Power Rankings...

NASCAR Power Rankings, Texas Edition

The speedy men in metal machines get their Texas on (finally!) this weekend. With some of the fastest qualifying speeds of the year and a 500 mile beast of a race, those who don the victorious 10-gallon cowboy hats are the men of the series, not the boys.  There's a bronco to bust, and it's a fast track with laws against braking.  Bring your six-shooters, gentlemen. ...

Samsung Mobile 500 from Texas Practice 1 Times

Mark Martin led the way with a lap of 28.507 seconds in the first practice for the Samsung Mobile 500 from Texas. Rounding out the top five was Greg Biffle, Kevin Harvick, AJ Allmendinger, and Regan Smith. Kyle Busch (19th) … Continue reading →

Good Sam Roadside Assistance 200 from Rockingham Starting Lineup

Nelson Piquet, Jr. won the pole for Sunday’s Good Sam Roadside Assistance 200 from Rockingham with a time of 24.933 seconds. Paulie Harraka, Timothy Peters, Jason Leffler, and Kasey Kahne round out the top five starting positions. Kahne and fellow … Continue reading →
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