Biffle on Kansas: “Kansas is a unique track that I have always enjoyed racing at. I think I enjoy it because I’ve run well there. We were able to win there last year and finished third there the two years before that. We got our only win of the 2007 season at Kansas too, so we know we can get to victory lane there if we don’t have anything go wrong. We’re working really hard on all fronts to do everything we can to get the No. 16 Ford into the winner’s circle. We have Sherwin-Williams on the car this week which is the same paint scheme we took to victory lane in Kansas last year.”
Puccia on Kansas: “We’re taking an intermediate car with us to Kansas this week that we’ve run well with at several tracks this year. This team has a good history at Kansas and we have high expectations for this weekend. We were able to get a top-five finish at New Hampshire and then we ran really well last week at Dover so this team is ready to get that first win of the season. If we can do that and get some momentum going into 2012, I think that’s all we can do.”
Biffle is currently 15th in the Sprint Cup point standings following his 27th-place finish in Dover. He is 20 points out of the 13th position.
Biffle’s average finish at Kansas is 8.3 from an average starting position of 16.9.
Biffle has two wins, six top-five finishes and seven top-10 finishes in 10 starts at Kansas Speedway.
The No. 16 Ford will have a special Sherwin-Williams paint scheme this weekend.
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