Biffle Ready to Find Victory Lane at the Monster Mile
In his 26 career Cup Series starts at the 1.0-mile track, Biffle has two wins, six top-five and 11 top-10 finishes. His average starting position is 12.9 with an average finishing position of 13.8. Biffle has led a total of 463 laps at Dover International Speedway.
Team: No. 16 Kleen Performance Products Ford Fusion
Crew Chief: Brian Pattie
Twitter: @Biffle16Team, @gbiffle
Biffle at Dover
In his 26 career Cup Series starts at the 1.0-mile track, Biffle has two wins, six top-five and 11 top-10 finishes. His average starting position is 12.9 with an average finishing position of 13.8.
Biffle has led a total of 463 laps at Dover International Speedway.
One Year Ago at Dover
Greg Biffle qualified his No. 16 Ford seventh, but damage from a late race caution left him with a 17th-place finish. Biffle had battled back, despite searching for turn during the race, when a fellow competitor blew a tire in front of him on the track. Biffle locked up his tires trying to avoid the incident, but got into the back of the car ahead and had to pit for four tires before the race ended with a green-white-checkered finish.
Last Fall at Dover
Hurricane Joaquin made a solid attempt at washing out the Dover race weekend but in the end NASCAR prevailed. Sunday stayed dry and Biffle was able to drive his No. 16 Ford Fusion to a 13th-place finish despite having a final set of tires on the car that caused a tight-handling condition.
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Biffle on Dover:
“I really like racing at Dover. I’ve got a couple of trophies from Dover and I’d really like another. Track position and pit strategy are very important and so is keeping up with the concrete surface as rubber builds throughout the race. As a driver you have to be on your toes, it’s a fast track that changes throughout the race.”