Greg Biffle – Michigan Advance
Team: No. 16 Ortho Ford Fusion
Crew Chief: Matt Puccia; @mpuccia16
Twitter: @16RFRCup, @gbiffle
Biffle at Michigan
Biffle has 25 Sprint Cup career starts at Michigan, earning four wins, 10 top-five and 15 top-10 finishes.
Michigan is Biffle’s second-best average finishing track. His average finish is 12.5 from an average starting position of 14.
Biffle has led a lap in all but nine of his 25 starts at Michigan.
1,000th Win for Ford
Biffle claimed the 1,000th NASCAR win for Ford with his victory at Michigan in the spring of 2013. The win made Father’s Day extra special for Biffle since he was able to celebrate with his daughter in victory lane.
Biffle has led a total of 593 laps at Michigan International Speedway. The only other two tracks where Biffle has led more laps are Texas and Darlington.
One Year Ago at Michigan
Biffle started the race 11th, held his ground in the top 10 the majority of the race, but got loose in traffic and as the race went on, losing track position and ultimately crossing the finish line 10th.
In the Points
Biffle is currently 18th in the point standings, 57 points out of 16th.
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Biffle on Michigan:
“I love Michigan. It’s been a good track for us. We didn’t run we’ll there in the spring, but we’ve learned some stuff since then. We have an opportunity to run well since we were decent at Indy and this is the same package. Personally I like the lower downforce package, but since we did pretty well at Indy I feel like we’ll be good this weekend.”
Puccia on Michigan:
“Michigan is a track we’ve had some success at in the past. There are some unknowns going into this weekend with the new aero package and that will bring its own challenge. I think we’ll see lots of close racing and some pack racing similar to Daytona.”