Greg Biffle, a famous NASCAR driver, and someone who has dominated the tracks all these years has decided it’s time to return. His plan is to return in the 64th running of the Daytona 500. This is sure news that will delight his fans Biffle is happy for his return, and he expected to return.
This is an opportunity he will try to seize, and Greg believes that experience could be an important factor in his fight for the biggest goals. “I’m really excited to have the opportunity to drive the Next Gen car and help NY Racing make its entry into the 2022 season," said Biffle, as quoted by motorsport "I’ve always said since the day I stepped away from full time competition that I would return under the right circumstances.
Filling in for an injured driver or driving for a top-level team will always be compelling." Greg Biffle could surprise many and make the result worth mentioning. It is clear that he is seriously entering this project and that other drivers will have problems.
Can Biffle go far? "With this unique opportunity, I’ll now be able to use my 18 years of experience to help this non-charter team get into the Daytona 500 with an RCR-built race car powered by a Hendrick engine. I look forward to getting back on the track this week and doing what I enjoy most”.
John Cohen statement
John Cohen, NY Racing team owner is happy with this outcome, and thanked the partnership between Chevrolet and Hendrick Motorsport “As a product of HBCU and an alumni of Grambling Football, I’m excited to have them on board with HBCU League Pass Plus,” said John Cohen, NY Racing team owner.
“I want to thank Chevrolet for this great partnership along with Richard Childress Racing and Hendrick Motorsports, without them I’m not sure this is possible”.