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Biffle nearing contract extension with Roush

Biffle nearing contract extension with Roush

GREG BIFFLE racing for the Roush racing team gets into his car during trials at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway for the March 12, 2006 NASCAR UAW/Daimer-Chrysler 400 race. Las Vegas, Nevada - 03.02.06 Photo: KPUG/Credit : Mike Stotts / WENN

Vancouver, Washington NASCAR driver Greg Biffle says he and Roush Fenway Racing are getting close to a contract extension and could have an announcement soon.

Biffle’s contract is up after this season, but he expects to continue driving the No. 16 Ford as he has done full time since 2003. He’s currently in 16th place in the season point standings as the circuit stops in Darlington, S.C. this weekend.

(KPUG Newsroom)

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