After a great deal of consideration from all the offers I've received, I've decided not to participate full time in #NASCAR this season....— Greg Biffle (@gbiffle) February 17, 2017
If the right opportunity arises I may return to the driver’s seat...— Greg Biffle (@gbiffle) February 17, 2017
Instead, Biffle will be working as a reccurring analyst on NBC Sports Network's "NASCAR America," and he will serve as a guest analyst for Motor Racing Network's radio broadcast of the NASCAR XFINITY Series opener on Feb. 25 at Daytona International Speedway.
Greg Biffle (@gbiffle) February 17, 2017
A 19-time winner in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, Biffle parted ways with Roush Fenway Racing right after the 2016 season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway following a 19-year run together in NASCAR. With Roush, Biffle won the 2002 NASCAR XFINITY Series title and the 2000 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series championship.