This Week in Ford Racing: The last time the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series raced at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, a Ford ended up in Victory Lane as Greg Biffle started the 10- race Chase with his second win of the season. Ford driver Greg Biffle ...
This Week in Ford Racing:
The last time the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series raced at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, a Ford ended up in Victory Lane as Greg Biffle started the 10- race Chase with his second win of the season. Ford driver Greg Biffle talked about the flat one-mile oval and his hopes for Sunday's race.
GREG BIFFLE - No. 16 3M Ford Fusion
YOU'VE VOICED SOME CONCERNS ABOUT FLAT TRACKS THIS YEAR. WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT LOUDON? "I think we're going to be good. I'm optimistic. We're going back with the same setup, the same everything, just like we were and I'm pretty confident. I'm not going back there with a chip on my shoulder saying we're going to win this thing, I'm going back saying we're going to run in the top 10 and continue our good run and make the Chase. I'm going to use it as a tool to do that and think about coming back later on when we're in the Chase hopefully and try to win that one."
YOU SAID "HOPEFULLY" MAKE THE CHASE. YOU DON'T REALLY HAVE A CUSHION TO WHERE THAT'S A SURE THING RIGHT NOW, SO YOU HAVE TO GO AS HARD AS YOU CAN. "We've got to work as hard as we can and we've got to be careful. We've got to be cautious and get those points, whether it's a fifth, seventh or a third. We try as hard as we can. We try and win every one of them, but the fact of the matter is we can't take chances. We've got to get good finishes and take care of our equipment."
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