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Biffle touches on his future at Roush Fenway Racing

February 14, 2014, Kenny Bruce,

Cup Series veteran expects to be back with organization in 2014

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – NASCAR Sprint Cup Series veteran Greg Biffle, in the final year of his contract with Roush Fenway Racing, says he expects to remain with the team after the 2014 season.

Biffle has won championships in the Camping World Truck (2000) and Nationwide Series (2002) while driving for the organization. He made his first Cup start with RFR (then known as Roush Racing) in 2002 and except for six races that same year, has spent his entire Cup career driving the group’s No. 16 Ford.

The 44-year-old said Feb. 13 that talks about extending his contract began during the second half of the 2013 season.

“Yes, absolutely. We’ve been in that for about the last half of last year and over the winter, talking with (sponsor) 3M and it’s kind of a mutual negotiation,” he said, “so we’re well on our way to announcing something I think in the first quarter, but we’ll wait and see.”

Biffle has 19 career wins at the Cup level, with a best points finish of second in 2005. He has qualified for the season-ending Chase for the Sprint Cup on six occasions, including the past two years.

He has 20 career wins in Nationwide competition and 16 in the Truck Series.

He has been affiliated with primary sponsor 3M since 2005, initially through the company’s Post-It brand.


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