Bristol Beckons For Greg Biffle
Greg Biffle has 24 Sprint Cup Series starts at Bristol, earning six top-five and 13 top-10 finishes. He has an average starting position of 13.6 and finishing position of 11.9 at the short track; making it his third best track in average finishes.
Greg Biffle – Bristol Advance
Team: No. 16 Ortho Ford Fusion
Crew Chief: Matt Puccia; @mpuccia16
Twitter: @16RFRCup, @gbiffle
Contact: Nancy Padula; firstname.lastname@example.org, 704-743-3940
Biffle at Bristol
Biffle has 24 Sprint Cup Series starts at Bristol, earning six top-five and 13 top-10 finishes. He has an average starting position of 13.6 and finishing position of 11.9 at the short track; making it his third best track in average finishes. In addition, Biffle has led 438 laps at Bristol.
One Year Ago at Bristol
On Friday an accident in practice caused the team to bring out the backup Ford, but Biffle was still able to qualify eighth. Corded left front tires early in the race left Biffle thinking he had a loose wheel, leading him to focus on tire wear. After being awarded the “lucky dog” twice in the race, Biffle earned a 12th-place finish.
In the Points
Biffle is currently 19th in the point standings, 29 points out of 10th.
Designed to educate consumers about Ortho products, “What’s Buggin’ Biffle” takes on everyday challenges and gives homeowners real-life answers. The web-series gives fans a peek under Biffle’s hood to see what’s buggin’ him both on-and-off the track. Check out www.drivebugsaway.com for the latest episodes!
Biffle on Bristol:
“It’s been a busy week with testing in Kentucky, but I’m really looking forward to Bristol this weekend. We run hard at Bristol, which is always fun and exciting. You race right up against the fence, as fast as you can go. Track position is key – you’ve got to be up front and stay out front.”
Puccia on Bristol:
“Bristol is the fastest half-mile track on the circuit and has been good to us in the past. There is a lot of grip at Bristol and at times the bottom groove can offer side-by-side racing, but most of the time you’ll see the cars up top.”