Greg Biffle drove his No. 16 3M Safety Ford to a 13th-place finish Sunday afternoon at the historic Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Biffle started 19thand battled rear grip throughout the race. The team made big chassis adjustments throughout the event and late-race pit strategy placed Biffle in position to earn a top-15 finish.
Biffle had his hands full with an extremely loose...
The Sprint Cup series makes its second visit of 2014 to Pocono Raceway on Sunday, where Hendrick Motorsports has won
the last 4 races with 4 different drivers. Greg Biffle was the last Ford driver to win here (August, 2010) and he could
use an encore in order to qualify for the 'Chase'. Biffle, winless and 17th in the points at this time, would be on the
Sitting inside Greg Biffle’s pit during Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway was something every racing fan should experience.
I arrived in Loudon hours before the start of the race, giving me plenty of time to walk around and admire everything that makes the event so impressive.
I stepped inside Biffle’s Roush Fenway Racing trailer, met the...
Kyle Busch drove 138.130 mph around the New Hampshire Motor Speedway track Friday to win the pole for Sunday’s Camping World RV Sales 301.
It’s Busch’s second pole of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season. His previous pole win came in March at Martinsville.
Jimmie Johnson’s speed of 137.790 mph put him in second, and Denny Hamlin finished third at 137.081, giving Joe Gibbs...
Greg Biffle’s No. 16 car will honor NESN on the network’s 30th anniversary.
The Roush Fenway driver will race the NESN30 Ford Fusion in Sunday’s Camping World RV Sales 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. The NESN30 car also will go on tour so fans can check it out before and after the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series event.
Here are the dates and places for the NESN30 Car Tour:
Roush Fenway Racing has two drivers in the final year of their contracts with the team. The conventional wisdom had been that one of Carl Edwards or Greg Biffle would return to the organization but following a race weekend at Dover there is reason to believe that both could be elsewhere in 2014.
No one is talking publicly about any deals involving the two drivers which has allowed...
Greg Biffle may still leave Roush Fenway this season.
Tony Stewart is back in a Sprint Car. The same type of car that ended his season last year.
Gene Haas is leaning towards Ferrari for a technical partner.
Kentucky Speedway may get a repave soon.
Theme Park Connection is going to sponsor Reed Sorenson at Pocono.
Brett Moffitt is going to make his Sprint Cup debut at Dover in the #66 car.
Greg Biffle is in the final year of his contract with Roush Fenway Racing. Biffle has only driven for RFR during his NASCAR Sprint Cup career which first began in 2002. News about Biffle has been quiet, almost too quiet.
It had been assumed that Biffle would simply re-sign with RFR after-all that is what happened last time after 3M re-signed with the driver. That may...
Despite what he did Wednesday at Texas Motor Speedway, Greg Biffle's Sprint Cup season hasn't gone to the dogs.
The driver of the No. 16 Ford for Roush Fenway Racing was at TMS as part of the track's "Dog Day Afternoon."
Biffle, a dog lover who along with his wife started the Greg Biffle Foundation in 2005 for animals, got a first-hand look at the Fort Worth...
Greg Biffle, driver of the No.16 Ford Fusion for Roush Fenway Racing won the pole for Saturday nights Bank of America 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Biffle set a new track record of 193.708mph in winning his twelfth career pole and third of 2012.
“I was super excited after that lap,” Biffle said. “I drove it off into Turn one further than I thought...