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Topic - Greg Biffle
If Greg Biffle could go back to Sunday, when he grabbed Jimmie Johnson by the collar and spun him around to confront him, he'd probably reach for the five-time champion's arm.
The four-time series champion passed Matt Kenseth with 21 laps remaining Sunday to take the lead and pick up his eighth career victory at Martinsville. It's Gordon's first win at Martinsville since he swept the two races at the track in 2005.
Jeff Gordon is feeling rejuvenated as the NASCAR Sprint Cup season winds down.
He followed his win in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship opener at Chicagoland with his series-high seventh victory of the season. Kenseth made his 500th career start and built a 14-point lead over Busch before the series shifts to Dover.
Greg Biffle could offer Matt Kenseth one tip for the Chase.
Ryan Newman used a track-record lap to fuel his run at a championship.
Greg Biffle is back at Michigan International Speedway, where he has won the last two Sprint Cup races. It should be a comfortable spot _ but then Biffle analyzes the standings.
Another Michigan mishap for Jimmie Johnson.
Kyle Busch finally has that elusive second win at Watkins Glen International, atoning for a year ago when he lost a certain victory on the last lap.
Kurt Busch has been there before, and he wants to get there again.
NASCAR driver Greg Biffle climbed into a bulldozer, pulled a few levers and then dumped a load of dirt onto the ground.
Thirty-one cars, including 16 in the Sprint Cup Series, failed inspection before Thursday's practices at Daytona International Speedway.
Sixteen cars failed inspection before Thursday's Sprint Cup practice at Daytona International Speedway.
An early-race accident in Sunday's NASCAR race at Kentucky ended Brad Keselowski's hopes of repeating as winner, and the quest now is maintaining hopes of defending his Sprint Cup championship.
An early accident Sunday in the NASCAR race at Kentucky turned Brad Keselowski's hopes of repeating as winner into a 33rd-place finish, knocking him from the top 10 in his bid to defend his Sprint Cup championship.
"His claim that he was inside me is not true," Biffle said. "The TV part of it has done a horrible job. They show me and him side-by-side and the bumper is flying off. Well, that was a lap and a half after he hit me. Show it where the bumper was secure, not flapping. That was the incident. You watch all the coverage and they take it out of context. They don't have the story right."
Biffle said he was the fastest car on the track for 65 laps at Martinsville when Johnson rear-ended him and knocked off the bumper cover.