Greg Biffle1969-12-23 (age 51)
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NASCAR veteran Greg Biffle will make a one-race return to the Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series next week at Darlington
NASCAR veteran Greg Biffle will travel to Australia next month to race a Stadium Super Truck on the Gold Coast.
Has Greg Biffle’s return to Victory Lane in the Gander Outdoors NASCAR Truck Series opened the door to him doing more races?
Greg Biffle’s comeback to the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series with Kyle Busch Motorsports ended in perfect fashion as he survived a wreck-fest at Texas Motor Speedway to score his first Truck win since Phoenix in 2001.
Greg Biffle looks forward to his return to the Gander Outdoors NASCAR Truck Series but says he may need to temper expectations.
NASCAR veteran Greg Biffle will drive in the June NASCAR Truck race at Texas for Kyle Busch Motorsports but got an early taste of what awaits on Thursday.
The decline in performance at Roush Fenway Racing is best expressed in one stark statistic.
As soon as Greg Biffle acknowledged two weeks ago at Kansas Speedway that he might be up for a change of scenery next season, the rumor mill began churn.
For Greg Biffle, 2016 has been a long, trying season. And that's just for starters.
Scott Bowen is the new pit crew coach for Roush Fenway Racing.
Two teams were hit with P3 level penalties this week, seven got warnings and one will lose their pit stall selection for the second race of the Chase.
Greg Biffle has just one path to the 2016 Chase for the Sprint Cup — win.
Greg Biffle will revive the Hooters paint scheme made famous by the late Alan Kulwicki next weekend at Darlington Speedway.
We're breaking down how the Chase grid looks with just four races remaining in the regular season.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. got loose coming through carousel and ended up triggering a violent four-car wreck.
One top-five finish isn’t going to salvage a difficult season, but for Greg Biffle, his fifth-place finish in Sunday’s Sprint Cup Series race at New Hampshire is an important step in the right direction.
With a little practice, you can teach an old dog a new trick.
Once a Roush bastion, the Michigan International Speedway has not favoured the team in the last couple of years - and, if its drivers' Chase hopes are to be kept alive, that would need to change.
This week's penalty report is out and it's a big one.
Qualifying for last weekend’s Coca-Cola 600 offered offered Roush Fenway Racing’s Sprint Cup teams much promise. Race day was a different story.
Trevor Bayne, Greg Biffle and Kyle Larson raced their way into the All-Star race at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Saturday.
After a triple dose of short track racing over the past four weeks, the Sprint Cup tour won’t compete on another venue of less than a mile until to Bristol Motor Speedway in August.
Matt Kenseth picked up the pace considerably in Happy Hour at Auto Club Speedway on Saturday.
NASCAR’s new low-downforce aerodynamic package debuts this weekend at Atlanta and it comes with a “significant change” in the tires Goodyear will bring for the Sprint Cup Series each week.
NASCAR’s new charter system may finally be in place but it has left several Sprint Cup Series drivers needing to redo their current contracts entering the 2016 season.
Greg Biffle, who was part of the group driving sand buggies in the Arizona desert when Tony Stewart was injured Sunday, was told by those who assisted Stewart that he was “in a lot of pain” after the incident.
Remember this number: 863.
Brian Pattie will take over crew chief duties on the No. 16 Roush Fenway Racing Ford with Greg Biffle in 2016, sources confirmed to Motorsport.com.
After posting just his third top-five finish of the season last weekend at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Greg Biffle is expected to run this weekend at Dover International Speedway sans his crew chief Matt Puccia.
As expected, NASCAR’s first call in the Chase on a driver for a restart violation is clouded in controversy.
NASCAR offers team more practice time at next weekend's Brickyard 400
Biffle picks up speed in practice, will roll off fourth in the Coca-Cola 600.
We now know the name of all 20 drivers that will take part in NASCAR's annual All-Star Race.
ARCA to IndyCar, Marquez to Mick Schumacher.
Jimmie Johnson became the first driver to win multiple races this season at TMS.
16 cautions slowed the action today.
Driver of the No. 22 Team Penske Ford falls short of his own track record.
Busch will have to wait for his first win of 2015
Kurt Busch has returned to NASCAR with a revitalized desire to perform.