NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Greg Biffle took part in a teleconference on Tuesday and was asked about track owner Bruton Smith's claim there was a 70 percent chance he would move Charlotte Motor Speedway's fall Cup series date to Las Vegas Motor Speedway in the near future.
Here was Biffle's response:
"I highly doubt whether we see that race move to a different
location. There's a lot of people that come to that race. Let's face it, it's a business decision a lot of times. You
make business decisions on the amount of people or fans or people you can
attract to a particular race," Biffle said. "If your race is well‑attended,
I don't see any reason for moving it. Obviously, if we're running
all the races, we're not going to be going out and doing all the stuff to try to
change our cars.
"That's the way I
perceive it. I'm an entrepreneur, business type of guy. I see the grandstands fairly full when it comes to our two Charlotte
races, a lot of attendance. I don't know all the behind‑the‑scenes
"Frankly, we'll race wherever the
race is at. I like both of the race tracks. I would
like to see it stay in Charlotte. If it goes to Vegas, then I
suppose we have to race there."