Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Can recent Michigan success be a good sign for Biffle at Fontana?

Greg Biffle is 25-to-1 to win at Fontana on Sunday (2005 winner) 
Greg Biffle – California Advance
Team: No. 16 3M Aerospace Ford Fusion
Crew Chief: Matt Puccia
Primary Chassis: RK-890 Brand new chassis
Backup Chassis: RK-844 Last ran Bristol – finished 9th


Biffle at California
o Biffle has 19 Sprint Cup Series starts at Fontana, earning one win, four top-five and seven top-10 finishes. He has an average starting position of 13.4 and finishing position of 16.6 at the track.
The Car
o Chassis RK-890 is a brand new chassis.
3M Aerospace
o 3M™ Aerospace, an industry leader in supplying tapes, adhesives and sealants into the aerospace market, enables aircraft to be lighter, safer, quieter and constructed faster.
o A pioneer in the aerospace industry, 3M has been supplying the aerospace market for more than 50 years.
Supporting the Troops
o 3M Aerospace is very proud to show their thanks to those men and women serving the U.S. Armed Forces with the Salute to the Armed Forces No. 16 Ford Fusion. The car features medallions on the hood from the five branches of service, while also showcasing a camouflage design featuring 3M commercial solutions.
o Many of 3M’s employees are proud veterans or actively serve in the guard or reserves.

Did You Know?
o Keeping the troops safe. 3M’s polyurethane tapes help protect rotor blades from damage caused by rain, sand and debris during landing.
o Did you know that aircraft fuel is stored in the wings of the planes? Wings sealed with 3M’s polysulfide sealants, a lighter weight sealant, allow for a more fuel efficiency aircraft.
o Do you wonder why aircraft engines are so loud outside, but, are so much quieter inside? 3M’s thermal acoustic team provides E-A-R™ system packages to increase cabin comfort by decreasing noise levels inside the plane.
o Seeing Clearly. 3M Window restoration systems by Clearfix™ allow the military to repair polycarbonate and acrylic window in theater, allowing returning aircraft to a mission ready status faster, all the while keeping our troops safe.

Biffle on California:
“I’m really excited about California. It’s one of my favorite places to race and we seem to run really well there. I’ve got 3M Aerospace on my car and it’s got a really cool camo design, which is exciting. I can’t wait to get on the track this weekend.”

Puccia on California:
“California has been a good track for us in the past. It’s a flag two-mile race track and a place we always looking forward to racing. It’s similar to Michigan in a lot of aspects and we run really well at Michigan. We are very proud to have 3M Aerospace on the car and supporting our troops.”

- Roush Fenway Racing

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