Biffle Wants More Talent To Stay
said Friday that Roush Fenway Racing has done a remarkable job of closing the gap on Hendrick Motorsports in the new car. But Biffle said the organization still has an area where it needs to improve.
"What we have to quit doing is bringing in good people and then three months later they go to work for another team," Biffle said. "That's been our biggest knife in the rib cage. We've had some key people leave our organization -- mechanics and other guys that go to Hendrick, go to Gibbs, go other places.
"You start to get an edge and if you give that edge to somebody else, that makes it very difficult to try and keep up, let alone surpass them."
made hard contact with the outside wall during the practice session Friday afternoon. The team went to the backup car for qualifying.
brushed the wall in practice, doing some minor damage to the car that was repaired this week.
Kahne scrubbed the wall during the Auto Club 500 on Monday, so the team did some body repairs on Tuesday and Wednesday in the Las Vegas shop of truck racer Brendan Gaughan