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Greg Biffle led the Ford Racing banner by coming home 7th in Sunday’s AdvoCare 500 from the Phoenix International Raceway. Carl Edwards was the next highest Ford, finishing 11th in the race. Below is quotes from those drivers a few others who drive for Ford.
DAVID GILLILAND – No. 38 Loan Mart Ford Fusion – “That was really big, probably the hardest hit I’ve ever had. It blew a right-front tire. We were struggling a little bit with the car, which wasn’t handling the way we needed it to at the start of the race. It was still a bit tight and we were just biding our time for the next pit stop where we could come in and work on it. It’s too bad. I didn’t know you could hit that hard on a mile race track. That was a tough one.”
DAVID RAGAN – No. 34 Barrett Jackson Ford Fusion – “We had no tire issues all day. Everything looked good on our car. I very well could have run over something, but I don’t really know what happened. I cut a tire going into turn three and that was
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