Greg Biffle - Career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Statistics

Career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Statistics

Year Races Wins Poles Top 5 Top 10 DNF Finish Start Winnings Season Rank Team(s)
2002 7 0 0 0 0 1 27.4 17.4 $394,773 48th Roush; Petree; Petty
2003 35 1 0 3 6 6 19.8 20.1 $2,805,673 20th Roush Racing
2004 36 2 1 4 8 5 19.2 14.2 $4,092,877 17th Roush Racing
2005 36 6 0 15 21 1 11.9 13.2 $8,354,052 2nd Roush Racing
2006 36 2 2 8 15 6 18.8 14.4 $5,347,623 13th Roush Racing
2007 36 1 1 5 11 5 18.5 19.3 $5,178,489 14th Roush Racing
2008 36 2 2 12 17 1 14.4 14.2 $7,244,488 3rd Roush Fenway Racing
2009 36 0 0 10 16 2 14.0 13.9 $6,245,882 7th Roush Fenway Racing
2010 36 2 0 9 19 2 13.8 17.1 $4,966,010 6th Roush Fenway Racing
2011 36 0 3 3 10 2 15.0 16.8 $4,318,050 16th Roush Fenway Racing
Totals 282 16 6 62 108 29 16.5 15.7 $43,064,727 full season avg. 10.9

Data as of February 18, 2012

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