Charlotte: Greg Biffle preview

Biffle on the Coca-Cola 600: "It takes a lot of patience. It's such a long race and it requires a totally different mind set. It's kind of like two races. The first half is survival and the second half is making sure the car will handle well into...

Biffle on the Coca-Cola 600: "It takes a lot of patience. It's such a long race and it requires a totally different mind set. It's kind of like two races. The first half is survival and the second half is making sure the car will handle well into the night and then making you're way to the front if you're not already there. We learned a lot in the Showdown and the All-Star race last weekend and I think we found a few things that will help us out a lot this weekend. I'm pretty excited about it. We should have a good run in the 600 and I think this team will continue to progress more and more over the next few weeks."

Erwin on the Coca-Cola 600: "Well, making it into the All-Star race last weekend definitely helped our cause for this weekend. We learned a lot throughout that race as well as in the Showdown. The Coke 600 is obviously a much longer race and that will certainly come into play especially as we race from day into night. As a team and for Greg as a driver, you just have to be patient and prepared for a long night. It's a whole different mindset and plan for adjustability in the car as the track cools off."

Biffle is currently seventh in the point standings and 187 points out of the lead following his sixth-place finish in Dover.

-source: rfr

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Series NASCAR Cup
Drivers Greg Biffle