Biffle on racing in Daytona: "I'm looking forward to getting back in the No. 16 3M Ford Fusion. I haven't raced with this team since Dover a month ago. The last two races I ran with them (Lowe's and Dover) we were in a position to win until flat...
Biffle on racing in Daytona:
"I'm looking forward to getting back in the No. 16 3M Ford Fusion. I haven't raced with this team since Dover a month ago. The last two races I ran with them (Lowe's and Dover) we were in a position to win until flat tires knocked us out of contention in both races. Daytona is a tough race because you can have the best car out there but that doesn't necessarily mean you will win. You have to stay out of trouble throughout the race and find some friends on the track to draft with you. I'm sure we'll have a shot to win if we can avoid the big wreck that takes out half the field, which seems to be inevitable at restrictor-plate races."
Eddie Pardue on racing in Daytona:
"We decided to take a different car to Daytona than we ran there in February. That car was damaged at Talladega so this car was our back-up there. I'm sure it will run just as well. We just need to continue the quick pit stops this team has every week to make sure we help Greg maintain, or gain track position to stay in front of the wrecks."
-Greg Biffle has three top-five and six top-10 finishes in the Busch Series at Daytona in 11 starts.
-Biffle has completed 97.6 percent of the laps in his Busch races at Daytona (1198 of 1227). His average starting position is 18.5 and finishing position is 13.0.
-Biffle has led 30 laps in a Busch car at Daytona.
-Biffle will be racing RK-289. This car has not raced yet this season.