Greg Biffle Tag

By Luis Torres, Staff Writer FORT WORTH, Texas — The Biff is back on top of the NASCAR world. After not making a NASCAR national series start since 2016, Greg Biffle returns to the Gander Outdoors Truck Series with a humbling comeback victory for the ages as he took the checkered flag in Friday’s SpeedyCash.com 400 at Texas Motor Speedway. Thanks to Rudy Fugle (Biffle’s crew chief) strategy call of staying out in the closing laps, the 49-year-old beat two-time Truck Series champion Matt Crafton by 0.963 seconds to score hisRead More
By David Morgan, Associate Editor FORT WORTH, Texas – The pressure has been on for the young drivers in the Kyle Busch Motorsports stable in recent weeks, but on Friday afternoon, Todd Gilliland helped take some of that pressure off by putting his KBM Toyota on pole for the SpeedyCash.com 400. As one of the final trucks to hit the track, Gilliland laid down a lap of 29.227 seconds (184.761 mph) to best Johnny Sauter for the top spot and score his first pole position of the 2019 NASCAR GanderRead More
By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Correspondent For the first time in 15 years, Greg Biffle will compete in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series. The 2000 Series Champion will step behind the wheel of the No. 51 Toyota Tundra for Kyle Busch Motorsports. In eight races, the truck as visited victory lane five times, all with team owner Kyle Busch behind the wheel. Biffle last competed in NASCAR in the 2016 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Although he never officially retired, the veteran driver often saidRead More
By Luis Torres, Staff Writer The state of Washington has officially hit its lowest point in terms of NASCAR drivers from the Evergreen State. It has been over 24 hours since Kasey Kahne’s stated his less ideal farewell from competitive stock car racing. The announcement was regarding Kahne not being medically cleared for the rest of the season due to extreme heat exhaustion, denying the 18-time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series winner the opportunity to finish out his career on his own terms. With that, it marks the true end ofRead More
By David Morgan, NASCAR Editor When the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series rolls into Watkins Glen International, the races staged at the 2.45-mile road course in upstate New York have been known for both the hard racing and the violent crashes that come on the fast seven-turn layout. Back in August 2011, the Heluva Good! Sour Cream Dips at the Glen delivered that and more. After getting delayed until Monday due to rain, Kyle Busch and AJ Allmendinger led the field to green for the first of 90 scheduled laps. AllmendingerRead More
By David Morgan, NASCAR Editor While Pocono doesn’t always produce the greatest racing, with the field getting strung out more often than not, there are a few exceptions to the rule. The 2010 Gillette Fusion ProGlide 500 was one of them. Though the race began much like every other race at the “Tricky Triangle”, as the laps wound down, the action cranked up. After the start of the race was delayed by rain, three drivers, Kyle Busch, Denny Hamlin, and Clint Bowyer, asserted themselves as the cars to beat, leading allRead More
By David Morgan, NASCAR Editor For any multi-car team owner, their proudest and most anxious moment at the racetrack is when the majority of their drivers are fighting it out for the win at the front of the field. In the 2008 Camping World RV 400 at Dover, Roush-Fenway Racing would provide those feeling for team owner Jack Roush. Though the first 300 miles around the Monster Mile was a mixed bag, with 10 different drivers leading, the final quarter of the race was all Roush-Fenway. Greg Biffle, Carl Edwards,Read More
By Brian Eberly, Contributing Writer Greg Biffle hasn’t raced in NASCAR since the end of the 2016 season, but he’s putting his love for the outdoors to use as part of a new promotion with General Tire. The 48-year-old Vancouver, Wash. native will serve as a social media correspondent with Team GT and tackle adventures anywhere a General tire will take you, from the streets, to the trail, the lake and the desert. An avid outdoorsman, Biffle is a natural fit to promote General Tire’s “Anywhere Is Possible” theme. “We’reRead More
By Seth Eggert, Staff Writer As NASCAR sees another changing of the guard, Jamie McMurray has become one of the elder statesmen of the series. McMurray, who enters the 2018 season at 41-years-old, is now one of the oldest drivers in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, but he has no plans on slowing down anytime soon. McMurray burst onto the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series scene in 2002 when he snatched a victory at Charlotte Motor Speedway while filling-in for Sterling Marlin. Since then, he has competed full-time forRead More