Greg Biffle’s struggles continued for a second week at New Hampshire. He lost two laps early and managed to finish only 16th in the Sylvania 300 after scoring a 23rd in the opening Chase race at Chicagoland.
Greg Biffle spun off turn two at New Hampshire in final practice. He managed to keep his Ford off the wall and sustained minimal damage after going through the grass.
Greg Biffle will drive chassis RK-922 in the Oral-B USA 500 at Atlanta. This car was last raced at Indy where it finished 13th.
Greg Biffle enters the weekend with a four-race, top-10 streak this season dating back to the GoBowling.com 400 at Pocono. His previous two attempts at New Hampshire and Indy ended in top-15s.
Greg Biffle finished 10th in the Irwin Tools Night Race and completed a sweep of the top 10 by Roush-Fenway Racing. Teammates Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Carl Edwards finished sixth and seventh respectively.
Ortho and its complete line of home, lawn and garden pest control products will serve as the anchor partner on the No. 16 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series entry driven by two-time NASCAR Champion Greg Biffle in a multi-year deal.
Greg Biffle enters the Irwin Tools Night Race with a five-race, top-20 streak to his credit, but the good news is that his latest three efforts netted top-15s.
Greg Biffle gained a little momentum with a 10th-place finish in the Pure Michigan 400. It was his third consecutive top-10 finish.
Greg Biffle entered the June Quicken Loans 400 at Michigan with a four-race, top-10 streak. He never got up to speed and finished only 20th.
With Greg Biffle’s eighth-place finish in the Cheez-it 355k at the Glen, he kept alive a road course streak of finishes between sixth and 16th. This was his sixth consecutive finish in that range on this track type.
Greg Biffle is an unheralded driver on NASCAR’s road courses, but he has four top-10 finishes in his last five attempts on this track type to recommend him for the Cheez-it 355k at the Glen.
Greg Biffle rolled the dice late in the GoBowling.com 400 and stayed on the track with a fuel tank that might not have made the distance. A late caution extended his mileage and contributed to a sixth-place finish.
Greg Biffle will race chassis No. RK-890. It was last campaigned at Kentucky four weeks ago where it finished 14th.
Greg Biffle swept the top 10 last year at Pocono with a second in the Party in the Poconos 400 and a 10th in the GoBowling.com 400. This June, he could manage to finish only 16th in Pocono’s first race.