|Greg Biffle is 30/1 to win Saturday night at Charlotte|
Team: No. 16 3M Ford Fusion
Crew Chief: Matt Puccia
Primary Chassis: RK-862 Last ran Chicago – finished 16th
Backup Chassis: RK-822 Last ran Bristol – finished 9th
Biffle has 21 starts in the Cup series at Charlotte, but a win has eluded him. He has finished in the top-five five times and has eight top-10 finishes.
Chassis RK-862 first ran in Pocono, resulting in a 10th-place finish. The same chassis finished 16th in Chicago.
Roush Fenway Racing will host our “Fan Day” Friday, October 11th in which Greg Biffle will sign autographs at11am. Tickets will be distributed at 8am.
3M’s ACE Brand has launched the ACE Brand Personal Pit Crew Sweepstakes, asking people nationwide, “if you could have your own personal pit crew help with a project, what would it be?” Now through Thursday, October 31, 2013, participants are encouraged to enter the sweepstakes by sharing their project ideas on www.ACEBrand.com/PersonalPitCrew that spotlight how they would use their very own pit crew for a chance to win a series of prizes including a grand prize of $5,000 for to go towards their project plus their very own “Personal Pit Crew”, consisting of members of the 3M Racing team along with a team of professionals, to help complete the work.
The Greg Biffle Foundation is happy to announce the release of the 2014 NASCAR Pets Calendar which is now available for sale on the foundation’s website www.gregbifflefoundation.com. Proceeds from the calendar benefit the Greg Biffle Foundation which Greg and his wife, Nicole, founded in 2005 to create awareness and serve as an advocate to improve the well-being of animals by engaging the power and passion of the motor sports industry.
Biffle on Charlotte:
“I’m excited to be racing at Charlotte this weekend. We’ve had some really good runs there lately, just haven’t been able to pull off the win. Charlotte changes the most out of any track we race at from evening to night. We’ve been fast, but as the rubber gets down the handling changes. We’ve got to stay up with the track to win there Saturday night.”
Puccia on Charlotte:
“Charlotte is a typical 1.5-mile race track with a lot of grip and traditionally we run well there. The challenge is being able to adjust from the conditions changing as the track rubbers up. So that’s the challenge that we’ll have in front of us.”
- Roush Fenway Racing