Sunday, June 8, 2014

Greg Biffle to remain with Roush Fenway Racing

   NASCAR veteran Greg Biffle and his primary sponsor, 3M, will remain with Roush Fenway Racing, multiple sources have confirmed to the Charlotte Observer and

   An official announcement of contract extensions for Biffle and the sponsor with RFR could come as soon as this coming week, sources said.

   A team spokesman said the organization would continue its policy of not commenting on drivers' contract status until an official announcement was made.

   Biffle, 44, has spent virtually his entire NASCAR career with team owner Jack Roush and won championships in the Truck and Nationwide series. He has 19 Cup series wins in 415 starts and has finished as high as second in the series standings (2005).

   With Biffle and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. remaining and the addition of driver Trevor Bayne to its Cup lineup in 2015, Roush will need to expand to a four-car operation to field a team for driver Carl Edwards, whose contract is also up at the end of the season.


  1. Great i am glad to hear this we hope with alot of success.

  2. we are very glad to hear this good luck to the biff.

  3. I'm a Junior fan but I've always liked Biffle and his work ethic. With that said, I think he just committed career suicide by staying with Roush. I think Biffle put his loyalty over winning a title and that's going to cost him. He had a banner year in '05 and it's too bad he's never been able to be consistently up front like that again. Sorry, Biff. You could've been the only driver in NASCAR history with three titles from three different series in your resume but no, staying with Roush will never get you that bragging right. Sorry, Greg.

  4. I think that is great, now I hope that he will be given a competitive car. It appears that Roush needs some engineers who understand these new chassis and setups.

  5. Jason, where do you think he could go and better himself ?