Biffle on Dover: “I am definitely ready to get to Dover this weekend. I think it should be the start of a few good finishes for us. We’ve been running well at the faster tracks and I think that will carry over to Dover, Kansas, California and Charlotte. We need to get solid top-five finishes at each of those tracks because we consider Martinsville and Phoenix to be weaker tracks for us and you just never know what might happen at Talladega. We didn’t have the start to the Chase last weekend at New Hampshire that we were looking for but this team is resilient and we’re already looking ahead.”
Erwin on Dover: “We are looking forward to getting back to the faster, banked racetracks that we have coming up starting with this weekend at Dover. We’ve had really strong runs at those type of tracks since the midpoint of this season. Greg has two wins at Dover so we know he knows how to win there. The important things at Dover are obviously getting the car to turn through the corners and also tire management. It seems that as that track ages, it becomes harder and harder on tires, so we just have to be mindful of that.”
• Biffle and the 3M team are currently ninth in the standings; they are 108 points behind leader Denny Hamlin but only 33 points out of fifth.
• Biffle’s average finish at Dover is 10.5 from an average starting position of 12.8.
• This weekend the rear bumper of the 3M Ford will feature the logo of Pagano Photo which is one of two finalists in the Official Small Business of NASCAR Sweepstakes. The logo of the other finalist will be featured on Tony Stewart’s Office Depot rear bumper and if either driver wins the race then the finalist on their car will receive one million dollars.