Editor's Note: As we count down to the start of the 2017 Daytona 500, we're going to showcase paint schemes and results for many of the top drivers in NASCAR each day between now and The Clash at Daytona.
There hasn’t been an official statement that Greg Biffle is retiring from NASCAR but with each passing day, it becomes more likely he won’t be in a car in 2017.
The former Roush Fenway Racing driver has appeared in 14 Daytona 500s with an average finish of 17.5. Check out his paint schemes and career stats at the Great American Race:
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2003, 21st-place for Roush Fenway Racing
Biffle tested the waters in the Cup Series in 2003 before making the full-time jump the next season. He got his feet wet in the 2003 Daytona 500 and posted a respectable 21st-place finish after starting 27th.
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2004, 12th for Roush
In his first full-time Cup Series season, Biffle became a rookie pole winner at Daytona. He had confidence at the superspeedway after winning the 2003 Pepsi 400 at the track over Jeff Burton. The Biff didn’t lead a lap and ended up finishing 12th.
2005, 25th for Roush
After trending in the right direction at Daytona, Biffle hit a slump at the Great American Race in 2005. He started 23rd and ended up 25th. He’d struggle in the next three 500s.
Another strong performance came in 2012 when Biffle started on the front row next to his then-Roush teammate Carl Edwards and finished third. This time it was Matt Kenseth and Dale Jr. who he battled in the closing laps.