Biffle on Martinsville: "Well, it's obvious by looking at my stats that Martinsville has been a tough place for me. We've had a few decent runs there but getting your car to turn can make the difference between a fun race at Martinsville and a...
Biffle on Martinsville: "Well, it's obvious by looking at my stats that Martinsville has been a tough place for me. We've had a few decent runs there but getting your car to turn can make the difference between a fun race at Martinsville and a long day at Martinsville. When the car is turning and you can get off of the corners on the gas, the race at Martinsville can be one of the most fun races of the season but when it won't turn or your brakes a failing, it is probably my least favorite track on the circuit. I would say our goal this weekend is to leave Martinsville with a top-10 finish and hold our position in the standings."
Erwin on Martinsville: "The key this weekend will be to get the car to rotate through the center so the driver can get into the gas as soon as possible coming off of the corner. We have been able to run in the top 10 at Martinsville and we just need to be able to do that this weekend. As always, qualifying well will be extremely important because it is generally easier to stay up front at Martinsville than to get up front at Martinsville. We've had a good start to the season and this weekend is definitely one we earmarked as a challenge. I know this team is up for it though and I look for us to get a top 10 finish."
* Biffle is currently fourth in the point standings following his fourth-place finish in Bristol.
* Biffle is only 24 points out of the lead and holds a 165-point advantage on Carl Edwards in the 13thposition.
* Biffle and Matt Kenseth are the only two drivers with five top-10 finishes in the first five races.
* In Biffle's first ever start at Martinsville in the Truck Series, he captured the pole and an eighth-place finish.
* This weekend in Bristol the No. 16 Ford Fusion will feature a Census 2010 paint scheme for the final of the three races with that paint scheme.
* The Census Bureau estimates that if every household completed and mailed back their census form, taxpayers could reduce the cost of taking the census by $1.5 billion.