Found April 12, 2013 on Fox Sports Southwest:
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) -- Greg Biffle is looking forward to a do-over in the new Sprint Cup car. Texas Motor Speedway is an ideal spot since Biffle and the entire Roush Fenway Racing team have had so much success there. Biffle is the defending champion, too, and he can't wait for Saturday night. There is admittedly an extra emphasis and a different sense of urgency this weekend for Biffle, who struggled to a 17th-place finish last month at Las Vegas. That track is similar to Texas and the only 1 12-mile track NASCAR visited the first six races this season. "We plain and simply screwed up at Vegas and I take most of the blame for that. We were just way off with the new car," Biffle said. "This track feels good. I had really good speed here. ... I think we have a good chance at winning. Right place, right time." As surprising as the struggles at Las Vegas were for Biffle was his solid, ninth-place finish last week at Martinsville, the half-mile track that i...

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