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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

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  • As a NASCAR driver, Maryland native Travis Pastrana settles down -- sort of

    As a NASCAR driver, Maryland native Travis Pastrana settles down -- sort of
    The dream was stirred years ago for Travis Pastrana, nearly half a lifetime now for the Maryland-born motocross and X Games superstar who is about to turn 30 and is in the midst of trying his fourth extreme sport: NASCAR.
  • What's next for Kyle Busch, crew chief?

    Georgetown University guard Fred Brown absent-mindedly threw a pass to North Carolina's James Worthy in the NCAA men's basketball championship game 30 years ago and handed the Tar Heels a championship. Hoyas' coach John Thompson never wavered in his faith...

    Biffle's struggles result in shakeup

    Biffle's struggles result in shakeup
    Greg Biffle still has a shot at making the Chase. Jamie McMurray is toast. But they have this much in common: Both shouldn't be struggling and sputtering so much. For Biffle, who ranks 14th and needs a victory to try to secure one of the last slots in...

    Kentucky Speedway has parking solution

    DAYTONA, Fla. — Kentucky Speedway officials are trying to make nice after the horrendous parking snafus that plagued the Sprint Cup race there last June in Sparta, Ky. "We had a little traffic problem," Bruton Smith, chairman and CEO of Speedway...

    No joke: Parity reigns

    Parody has been the operative word in NASCAR for a long time, coinciding with a five-year championship run by Jimmie Johnson. Competition? It was a joke. Fast forward to this season, when another P-word dominates the headlines: Parity. Ryan Newman's...