DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Longtime NASCAR Cup Series driver Greg Biffle hopes to race at least one more time at the Daytona 500 Sunday.
Biffle's last full time season in the Cup Series was in 2016, when he finished 23rd in the points for Roush Fenway Racing. After the season's conclusion, Biffle and Roush Fenway mutually parted ways. He has not raced in a Cup Series race since then.
He finished his career with 19 victories and 175 top ten finishes. His last victory came in 2013 at Michigan.
This year, Biffle, 52, hopes to qualify again at Daytona with NY Racing Team. The team is owned by John Cohen, one of the few Black owners in NASCAR. Biffle will drive the team's No. 44 Chevrolet.
Biffle has not raced in a Chevy since 2002.
Biffle participated in Tuesday's practice rounds with the highest finish among non-charter team drivers. He and five other drivers are competing for four spots in the Daytona 500 for non-charter teams.
Biffle competed in 14 Daytona 500 races, mostly in his No. 16 Ford with Roush Fenway. His highest finish is third, which he accomplished twice in 2010 and 2012. Biffle has also won the pole once and has six top-ten finishes.