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NASCAR Driver of the Year vote: 10th

You voted Greg Biffle into 10th place in Crash.net's NASCAR Driver of the Year poll!
Top 10 NASCAR Driver of the Year 2012:
10. Greg Biffle

Birthdate: December 23, 1969
Hometown: Vancouver, WA
Team: Roush Fenway Racing
Crew chief: Matt Puccia
2012 starts: 36
Poles: 3
Wins: 2
Top 5: 12
Top 10: 21
Annual earnings: $5,684,000
Championship points: 2332
Championship position: 5th
Crash.net NASCAR Driver of 2011 position: 18th

It's good to see Greg Biffle make it into the Crash.net top ten in the NASCAR Driver of the Year vote. He's one of NASCAR's unsung heroes, always flying just under the radar, but you've given him appropriate recognition for his efforts in 2012 that saw him finish the season as the highest Roush Fenway Racing driver in fifth place in the standings.

Five top ten finishes in the Chase alone were enough to keep him buoyed up in Sprint Cup, but unfortunately without any conspicuous break-through successes in the final ten races he was unable to really challenge for the title itself. He'll have to wait for another year for that, it seems.

Top 10 NASCAR Driver of the Year 2012 results so far:

9. Jeff Gordon
10. Greg Biffle


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NASCAR Sprint Cup Series points leader Greg Biffle signs the Coors Light Pole Award board at Darlington Raceway after notching his second pole position of the season Friday, May 11, 2012. (Photo Credit: By Geoff Burke, Getty Images for NASCAR)
Greg Biffle, driver of the #16 3M Ford, looks on in the garage area during practice for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Crown Royal presents the Curtiss Shaver 400 at the Brickyard at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on July 28, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo Credit: Tyler Barrick/Getty Images)
Greg Biffle crosses the finish line to win the Pure Michigan 400 at Michigan International Speedway. (Photo Credit: Todd Warshaw/Getty Images for NASCAR)
Roush Fenway Racing`s Greg Biffle (Photo Credit: Chris Graythen/Getty Images for NASCAR)
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