Originally written on Start 'N' Park Blog  |  Last updated 9/28/14

This entry of news and notes for the Quicken Loans 400 from Michigan focuses in on Roush Fenway Racing driver Greg Biffle and his #16 3M Ford.

Testing: The No. 16 team will test the backup chassis RK-803 on Thursday.

Last Time at Michigan: Greg Biffle started from the pole and led 86 laps in the first half of the race.  Biffle ran as high as sixth in the closing laps but reported that the car had no grip and fell back to finish 20th.

Michigan Stats: Biffle has an average starting position of 13.8 and average finishing position of 12.8 at Michigan.

Point Standings: Biffle is currently third the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver point standings.

Follow: On Twitter fans can follow @163MTeam and @3MRacing for the latest info on Biffle and the No. 16 Pit Bulls.

Greg Biffle on Michigan: “I’m looking forward to Michigan.  It’s one of my favorite tracks and we’ve run really, really well there in the past.  It’s another track that’s been repaved, so we’ll have another whole day of testing this week to get our cars going good for the weekend.  Again engines are going to be an issue with the high rpms, but we’ll just have to wait and see how MIS turns out.”

Crew chief Matt Puccia on Michigan: “Michigan is a place that Roush as an organization has had a lot of success at and a place Greg has run well at.  It will be challenging dealing with the repave and getting a handle on what we have to do there now, compared to the past.  It will be a lot about track position and I don’t foresee tires being an issue.  Michigan is in Ford’s backyard, as well as Roush Industries, and we look forward to putting on a good show for them.”


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