Greg Biffle has Sprint Cup pole

May 13, 2008 at 7:13 am

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Darlington, S.C. — On the race track, 41 out of 44 racers who finished at first lap over and done the qualifying time at Darlington Raceway.

It was Greg Biffle who set first in the front, ended in a blazing lap of 179.442 m.p.h night to triumph the pole at Darlington. He breached the preceding record of 173.797 m.p.h. made by Ward Burton in 1996.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. with Jimmie Johnson, Hendrick Motorsports team buddy, also qualified second and third, particularly.

Johnson said with a joke and with a smile in his face. “I’m very proud of my guys. I worked them real hard on two cars, and almost needed a third.”

However, Kasey Kahne, a three-time Darlington pole successor, ruined his Dodge car on his final lap and together with the long list of racers scraping their hairs in the bench at the end of the race.

Greg Biffle proclaims he was lucky to have so far passed up the wall, and trust himself to parlay his skill into a third Darlington triumph. “I just feel like maybe I overdrove it,” he said. “It hit hard enough, I don’t know if we’ll be able to race this car.” All it took to show up Tony Stewart’s softer side was his first Darlington victory.

On the other Hand, at the NASCAR Nationwide Series race Two months ago, Stewart irritably blasted Goodyear later than a race in Georgia, he says that the company had provide him the most weak racing tire he ever been on his professional racing sessions.

But now, it was a joyful Stewart who honored Goodyear for its examine and effort in sending the tires that aided the Joe Gibbs Racing standout to succeed Friday’s Diamond Hill Plywood 200.


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