Greg Biffle
Greg Biffle
Celebrated Name: Greg Biffle
Real Name/Full Name: Greg Biffle
Gender: Male
Age: 51 years old
Birth Date: December 23 1969
Birth Place: Vancouver, Washington, USA
Nationality: American
Height: 5 ft 9 inches
Weight: 170 lbs (77 kg)
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Divorced
Wife/Spouse (Name): Nicole Lunders (m. 2007–2016)
Children/Kids (Son and Daughter): Emma Elizabeth
Dating/Girlfriend (Name): No
Is Greg Biffle Gay?: No
Profession: Race Car Driver
Salary: $1.5 million
Net Worth in 2021: $60 million
Last Updated: November 2021

Greg Biffle is a famous American Race Car Driver who is born in Vancouver. He is a NASCAR driver who is globally known for winning the 2002 Busch Series Champion. He had also won the 2000 Craftsman Truck Series Championship and the Southern 500 in the year between 2005 and 2006.

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Early Life & Biography

Greg was born and brought in Camas, Washington. He had a sincere liking towards car racing since his childhood. In his teenage, he decided to make a career in car racing. He began his racing career on short tracks in the area surrounding the Pacific Northwest.

Personal Life

Greg Biffle got married to Nicole Lunders on October 17, 2007. Their first child was born on July 6, 2011. Her name was kept as Emma Elizabeth. They separated at the beginning of 2015 and got divorced in 2016. Presently Greg isn’t in any relationship.

Age, Height, and Weight

Being born on December 23 1969, Greg Biffle is 51 years old as of today’s date 30th November 2021. His height is 5 ft 9 inches tall, and his weight is 77 kg.

Career

Presently, Greg drives the number 16 Ford Fusion for Roush Fenway Racing, who advertised him to a full-time race driver in 1998 in the Craftsman Truck Series. He has won competitions in both the Camping World Truck Series and the Nationwide Series.

In 1990, Greg got an opportunity to participate in the NASCAR Winter Heat Series.  He gained attention from people when he raced a car in the nationally TV series as Winter Heat Series that was organized in 1995 to 1996. He made his debut in NASCAR’s national divisions, where he ran the two Busch Series races.

In 2000, Biffle won his first Truck Series title, defeating Kurt Busch by 230 pts. It was his first-ever championship in major series of NASCAR.  Greg became the full-time member of the Busch Series that was held in 2001 and also won the “Rookie of the Year Award” during that year.

Between 2005 and 2009, Greg raced part-time in the Busch Series and won two times in 2009, at Phoenix and Las Vegas. Greg began his career in “Cup Series” in the 2002 season. He started to compete full-time in the top division of NASCAR in 2003. His first won came in the Pepsi 400 championship held at Daytona during that season.

2005 had been the wonderful season for him. He won a total of six races that were organized at Texas, California Speedway, Dover, Michigan, and Darlington, along with the grand season finale that took place at Homestead. It was the first time when he qualified for the “Chase.” This brought him at the 2nd place in the rankings.

In 2009, at Texas World Speedway, Greg reached 218 miles/ hour at a speed of 351 km/h in a test race for Roush Fenway Racing. It evaded the testing ban put by NASCAR. This was the fastest time taken by any professional or amateur racing driver on this track.

At the Coca-Cola 600 championship that happened in 2014, Greg exceeded the record of Clint Bowyer of finishing with 84 for most of the successive races. He received his first-ever pole place in all four seasons at the time passing of eligibility criteria for the Coke Zero 400 took place at Daytona. He finished the race in the 8th position. After finishing at 23rd place in 2016, Greg and Roush Fenway separated. This made him a free agent for the coming seasons.

Awards & Achievements

Throughout his racing career, Greg has won several awards. Some of them have been listed below as:

  • 1998 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Rookie of the Year
  • 2000 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Champion
  • 2001 NASCAR Busch Series Rookie of the Year
  • 2002 NASCAR Busch Series Champion
  • 2002 NASCAR Busch Series Most Popular Driver
  • 2005, and 2006 Southern 500 Winner
  • 2015, and 2016 Sprint Showdown winner

Net Worth & Salary of Greg Biffle in 2021

Greg Biffle Net Worth
Greg Biffle Net Worth

Greg is a well-recognized US car driver who has made a fabulous career as a racing driver. Started his career in short track racing, he became a professional level American stock racing driver. He gained worldwide recognition in 2009 by becoming the fastest racer on the track for Roush Fenway Racing.  He had won several racing championships so far in his career span. As of November 2021, his overall net worth is projected to be $60 million.

Greg Biffle is the most recognized name in the racing industry. He pursued his childhood dreams and made a successful career in racing. He played for prestigious championships throughout his career span. His outstanding performance got him several awards and fame among the racing fans all across the globe.

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