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Greg Biffle

Greg Biffle
American racecar driver Gregory Biffle was born on Dec. 23, 19969, in Vancouver, Wash. He gained national attention when he raced in the Winter Heat Series in 1995-1996. He dominated the series championship, leading former ESPN announcer and NASCAR champion Benny Parsons to recommend Biffle to Jack Roush. In 1998, he won the Rookie of the Year award. The following year, he won nine times, a single-season Truck Series record that stands of 2009. In 2000, Biffle won the Truck Series title. He won his first Busch Series title and second NASCAR national championship in 2001. In 2005, he won six races, the most of any driver that year. In 2008, he became the first driver to win the first two Chas... Show more »
American racecar driver Gregory Biffle was born on Dec. 23, 19969, in Vancouver, Wash. He gained national attention when he raced in the Winter Heat Series in 1995-1996. He dominated the series championship, leading former ESPN announcer and NASCAR champion Benny Parsons to recommend Biffle to Jack Roush. In 1998, he won the Rookie of the Year award. The following year, he won nine times, a single-season Truck Series record that stands of 2009. In 2000, Biffle won the Truck Series title. He won his first Busch Series title and second NASCAR national championship in 2001. In 2005, he won six races, the most of any driver that year. In 2008, he became the first driver to win the first two Chase races in a season. Biffle and his wife created a foundation that creates awareness and serves as an advocate to improve the well-being of animals by engaging the power and passion of the motorsports industry. The foundation donates to local Humane Societies, no-kill animal shelters, spay and neuter clinics and the Animal Adoption League. « Show less

Top Greg Biffle Articles

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  • Who's the favorite to win the Sprint Cup championship?

    In 2004, NASCAR went to the "Chase" format to determine the Sprint Cup champion, a gimmicky change aimed at giving the racing community a playoff-type feel similar to other professional sports. But just when fans finally familiarize and understand the...
  • Chase race begins with Keselowski as top seed

    The Sports Xchange By Amanda Vincent, The Sports Xchange Chase race begins with Keselowski as top seed CHICAGO -- Brad Keselowski heads into the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Chase for the Championship as the top seed after a series-leading four wins in 26...
  • NASCAR Driver Capsules, Sept. 10 - Part 1

    The Sports Xchange NASCAR Driver Capsules, Sept. 10 Capsules for the top 20 drivers in the Sprint Cup standings, plus five additional drivers of note. By Jerry Bonkowski and Bob Moore 2 BRAD KESELOWSKI, Ford Team: Penske Racing WHERE HE STANDS: Brad...
  • Drivers fan out across North American to promote Chas

    The Sports Xchange Drivers fan out across North American to promote Chas Staff Report NASCAR Wire Service Distributed by The Sports Xchange In four days, NASCAR's playoffs -- the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup -- will begin. To help launch the...
  • Playoffs? A look at NASCAR, elimination style

    The Sports Xchange Playoffs? A look at NASCAR, elimination style Sixteen drivers remain in contention to become NASCAR's Sprint Cup Series champion, and for the first time there will be elimination-style playoffs to get there. NASCAR's Chase format now...
  • The First Reid: Don't Sleep on Non-Chase Drivers

    The Sports Xchange The First Reid: Don't Sleep on Non-Chase Drivers By Reid Spencer, NASCAR Wire Service Distrubuted by The Sports Xchange Now that the 26-race NASCAR Sprint Cup Series regular season is over, most of our focus turns to the Chase,...
  • Carl Edwards works to leave Roush Fenway Racing with Sprint Cup title

    BRISTOL, Tenn. Carl Edwards' NASCAR future with Joe Gibbs Racing was laid out earlier this week. The present still offers the potential of the biggest prize of his career, however. While the Roush Fenway Racing organization has struggled this season...
  • Five drivers to watch at RIR: Ryan Newman, Greg Biffle have best chances of making the Chase among many hopefuls

    Can anything top last year's chaos following the Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond International Raceway? Probably not — at RIR or anywhere else. A late Clint Bowyer spin that brought out a caution flag cost Ryan Newman what appeared to be a...
  • George Diaz: Tony Stewart's Chase eligibility brings slippery precedent for NASCAR

    George Diaz: Tony Stewart's Chase eligibility brings slippery precedent for NASCAR
    HAMPTON, Ga. — Not everyone is cheering the triumphant return of Tony Stewart. As 43 stock cars mix it up at Atlanta Motor Speedway Sunday night, it is important to consider the dynamics of allowing Stewart to be eligible to qualify for the Chase....
  • Matt Kenseth is in without a win, but who else could make Chase on points?

    Matt Kenseth doesn't have to win and he's still in. But he's the only driver locked in the 2014 Chase for the Sprint Cup who is guaranteed to make the 16-driver field without visiting Victory Lane. With 13 different winners this season and only Saturday...
  • Keselowski wins; Kenseth, Newman, Biffle will round out Chase

    Brad Keselowski won the race and claimed the No. 1 seed in this season's Chase. Keselowski dominated Saturday night's Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond International Raceway and cruised to his fourth Sprint Cup Series victory of the season �...