Found April 25, 2012 on
Roush Fenway Racing and Greg Biffle are teaming up with The American Dental Association, Henry Schein, Inc. and 3M ESPE Dental for their Give Kids A Smile Program. This upcoming weekend at Richmond International Raceway the No. 16 car will be sporting a special paint scheme to support the cause.
The No. 16 will be sporting a paint scheme to help deliver the message to kids about healthy habits for dental care.
Along with sporting a paint scheme for the cause, Biffle is helping support programs around the track this weekend. There will be dental screenings held at Richmond on Friday, in which they expect to give about more than 200 screenings as mentioned on the Give Kids A Smile Facebook page. Various activities are also being planned for Saturday around the track for kids to participate in and get educated on dental care.
This wouldn’t be the first time that all groups joined together in this effort. In the official press release it is mentioned that previously in March 2011 at...
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
1: Greg Biffle
Let’s face it, Biffle is off to his best start ever. He has been the exquisite definition of consistency, racking up an eye-popping 5 Top 5′s through the first 8 races, including his win at Texas Motor Speedway. No. 16 continues to dominate on paper as well as on the track, as he STILL leads in the points. Amazing, right? Keep up the great work “Biff”....
Through the first eight races of the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup season, no drivers have been more consistently fast than Roush Fenway Racing’s Greg Biffle and Matt Kenseth. Each lead NASCAR with five top-five finishes in 2012 and each have driven their RFR Ford Fusion’s into victory lane. Due to their consistency Biffle leads the Sprint Cup point standings, while Kenseth sits at...
They may drive 200 miles per hour as part of their full-time job as a Ford Racing driver in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, but when Carl Edwards and Greg Biffle take off their helmets and put away their uniforms, they are no different than the hundreds of thousands of fans who sit and cheer for them every weekend.
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The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will head to a historic short track to race under the lights Saturday night at Richmond International Speedway.
Arguably the best racing in 2012 so far has come on the short tracks. Like many other NASCAR fans, I wish the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series would compete on more short tracks throughout the season.
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The story of the 2012 season...
Saturday night shines its bright lights this weekend as the Sprint Cup tour hits Richmond, Virginia. Known as one of the most popular racing venues for both drivers and fans, Richmond features that blessed mix of racing witching ingredients: short track style, good speed, lots of bumping and banging, liberal use of aggressive fenders, often exciting finishes, cool wrecks (what...