Biffle on racing in Texas: "I love racing at Texas so I'm looking forward to this weekend. The guys have really been busy getting this car ready after it was damaged in Charlotte a few weeks ago. This car has been strong everywhere we've taken...
Biffle on racing in Texas:
"I love racing at Texas so I'm looking forward to this weekend. The guys have really been busy getting this car ready after it was damaged in Charlotte a few weeks ago. This car has been strong everywhere we've taken it, but we've always had something happen to keep us from winning. We lost an engine at Texas and had a flat tire at Lowe's when we ran this car in the spring races. Then we got caught in that wreck at Lowe's in the fall, so hopefully this weekend things will go our way for a change at Texas."
Crew chief Eddie Pardue on racing in Texas:
"The 3M team did a great job of turning this car around very quickly to get it ready to race in Texas. This car should have won at Charlotte two weeks ago, until Greg got caught up in the wreck with Clint Bowyer. When he climbed out he told us he wanted this car to go to Texas so the guys have really worked hard over the past two weeks. It was strong at Texas in the spring and I expect it to run well again this weekend."
-Greg Biffle has three top-five and four top-10 finishes in the Busch Series at Texas in eight starts.
-Biffle has completed 89.9 percent (1368 of 1522) of the laps in his Busch races at Texas. His average starting position is 9.9 and finishing position is 15.4.
-Biffle has led 35 laps in a Busch car at Texas.
-Biffle will be racing RK-347. This car last ran at Lowe's in October where it won the pole, but finished 30th after an accident. The team also took it to Lowe's in May, Texas in April, Chicago and Dover in September.