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2013 Kentucky: Greg Biffle NASCAR Sprint Cup Race Preview
Posted by: newsla on Jun 25, 2013 - 05:20 PM
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2013 Kentucky: Greg Biffle NASCAR Sprint Cup Race Preview


ADVANCE NOTES

· Biffle at Kentucky

o Biffle has finished 21st in both Sprint Cup races at Kentucky.

o In six career Nationwide starts at Kentucky Biffle has three top-five and five top-10 finishes.

 

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· Kentucky History

o On July 17, 2000, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series visited Kentucky Speedway for the first time and Biffle won the race by a margin of 2.182 seconds over Jack Sprague. That was the third of five wins Biffle collected that season on his way to the truck series championship.

· The Car

o Chassis RK-844 is the same car that Biffle drove a second-place finish at Pocono a few weeks ago.

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Biffle on Kentucky:
“Kentucky is a really fun, flat 1.5-mile track which creates lots of side-by-side racing. The sweeping corners, combined with the flat puts on a great race, plus Saturday night racing under the lights is always exciting. We’ve had some strong runs lately so I’m definitely looking forward to Kentucky.”

Puccia on Kentucky:
“I consider Kentucky a flatter 1.5-mile race track and I have some past experience there in both the Truck and Nationwide Series. Greg has run well there in the past, so with our combined experience hopefully we can continue the momentum we’ve built up over the past few races into this weekend.”


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