Found November 16, 2012 on Start 'N' Park Blog:
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CONCORD, N.C. – Tune into ABC’s “Good Morning America” this Saturday, November 17th to see Greg Biffle and Carl Edwards attempt to teach some of your favorite anchors how to drive a stock car.  Biffle was teamed up with Dan Harris, while Edwards coached Bianna Golodryga.  The Roush Fenway teammates took on Joey Logano and Darrell Wallace Jr., from Joe Gibb’s Racing to see whose anchor could become the best driver.  Biffle and Edwards took their respective anchors for a few laps around Charlotte Motor Speedway to show them the way around the 1.5-mile track.  Be sure to watch “Good Morning America” to see which coach turned out the best student.       “Dan was a pretty brave passenger,” said Biffle.  “Definitely tune in to see how it all went, the track was a little on the damp side so I couldn’t go really fast, but Dan seemed to think it was fast anyway.  One of the girls hadn’t driven a car in seven years living in New York City, so I think Dan stands a good chance.”
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