Found August 23, 2012 on
PLAYERS: Greg Biffle
Greg Biffle, driver of the No.16 3M/BONDO Ford Fusion Saturday night in Bristol can clinch his spot in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Chase, and all he has to do is finish 28th or better. Biffle, who has two wins this season, first at the early Spring Texas race and his second last weekend at Michigan International Speedway is currently sitting safe and sound as the points leader , 20 points ahead of fellow Roush Fenway teammate, Matt Kenseth. If Biffle [...]

First look at Greg Biffle paint scheme for Bristol night race

Michigan winner Greg Biffle will debut the #16 Bondo paint scheme this weekend for the much anticipated Bristol night race. Representatives from Bondo tell FVP that "on average, each team consumes over 100 gallons of the product each year, totaling more than 5,400 gallons of the body filler used for repairing dents and ensuring panels fit NASCAR templates." Greg Biffle...

NASCAR Bonus Points: Is Greg Biffle Among the Upper Echelon of Sprint Cup Title Contenders?

  Thanks to Hendrick engine woes and a late-race restart, Greg Biffle survived the 215 mph Michigan wire act last weekend to claim victory number two on the season. With the win, Biffle also reclaimed the points lead with a 20-point cushion to boot, breaking a veritable deadlock atop the points standings. With the Chase looming large and Biffle looking the suitable part, the following...

Greg Biffle and 3M Auto Ready to Take On Racing’s Most Intense Weekend for Dent Repair

ST. PAUL, Minn. – Bristol race weekend means great racing action and the intense, in-your-face driving that’s synonymous with the track. A revamped surface on the NASCAR circuit’s tight track also means that racing is bound to be more exciting and unpredictable than ever as drivers vie for the lead in Bristol’s close quarters. For the racers, these conditions signify the...

Michigan Commercial Breakdown 2011 VS 2012 Pure Michigan 400

Here is the commercial breakdown for this years race at Michigan International Speedway, where Greg Biffle took home the checkered flag for his second win of the 2012 racing season. I have also compared last years commercials to this years below. [...]

Video: Greg Biffle Experiences the Downside of Winning

Winning is great. Everyone likes to win. Greg Biffle says that Michigan International Speedway is one of his favorite tracks and on Sunday he drove to his second win of the season. The only problem with that win is that team owner Jack Roush is not very fond of confetti according to ‘The Biff.’ Perhaps he “won’t try so hard next time” to win? View of the video below ...

Sprint Cup Heads to Bristol with Chase Berths Hanging in the Balance

  Biffle Regains Lead But Momentum May Reside ElsewhereNow it’s Greg Biffle’s turn. Again. The early-season points leader is back atop the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series standings following last Sunday’s Pure Michigan 400 victory. Biffle won for the second time this season, giving him three additional bonus points when the standings are reset for the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint...

Drivers on the Move After Michigan

  High speeds dominated the day at Michigan, and for much of the time, it was an old man leading the show. Mark Martin, ageless 53-year-old wonder, won the pole (his fourth of the year!) and led 54 laps before a spectacular crash at the entrance of pit road. It was also a fairly democratic day, as seven drivers led laps in double digits. Or perhaps that makes it a Marxist day...

Roush Fenway Racing Irwin Tools Night Race Preview

Much is on the line as Roush Fenway rolls into Bristol Motor Speedway looking for its18th NASCAR victory at the half-mile track noted for its intense hot summer night action. With his dramatic come from behind win at Michigan, Greg Biffle reclaimed the Sprint Cup point lead, while teamate Matt Kenseth overcame tire isses to move to second. Biffle currently leads Kenseth by 20 points...
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