Biffle Sees Unique Challenge, Opportunity In New Hampshire
Greg Biffle – Loudon Advance
Team: No. 16 Safety-Kleen Ford Fusion
Crew Chief: Matt Puccia; @mpuccia16
Twitter: @16RFRCup, @gbiffle
Contact: Nancy Padula; email@example.com, 704-743-3940
Biffle at Loudon
Biffle has 25 Sprint Cup career starts at Loudon, earning one win, six top-five and nine top-10 finishes. Biffle’s average finishing position at Loudon is 15.7.
The No. 16 team Car Chief Richie Letendre is from Lowell, MA, while shock specialist Billy Manchester is from Westport, MA.
One Year Ago at Loudon
New Hampshire Motor Speedway is a home track for the Roush Fenway team and Greg Biffle celebrated NESN’s 30th anniversary with a special car design. The No. 16 Ford didn’t have the turn Biffle needed early on in the race, but the team never gave up, making the necessary adjustments to leave Loudon with a top-15 finish.
Biffle and the No. 16 team will be part of the NASCAR team test at Chicago on Wednesday, July 15th to work on intermediate packages and the low downforce package from Kentucky.
In the Points
Biffle is currently 18th in the point standings, 53 points out of 16th.
Safety-Kleen provides environmental services to most race tracks and race teams across North America. They are an official sponsor of NASCAR and a founding partner of the NASCAR Green program.
Safety-Kleen’s EcoPower motor oil is the official oil of Roush Fenway Racing and is used in all race cars and transporters.
Biffle on Loudon:
“Loudon is one of the more unique race tracks that we race at. It’s a little bit flatter mile race track. The thing I like about it is you can diamond the corner or run down on the apron a little bit and up the race track. It gives a lot of opportunities to pass even though it’s difficult.”
Puccia on Loudon:
“Loudon is a flat one-mile race track and offers good side-by-side racing. We had a decent run earlier in the year at Phoenix before we had a few issues late in the race but I feel like we have a good handle on it. We learned some stuff at Richmond that will translate over to Loudon this weekend. Loudon is getting to be a little more worn out surface which allows for different pit strategies with tires because of fall off in the tire.”