Greg Biffle says he has “several offers” on the table when it comes to potential places for him to race in 2017.
Biffle mutually split with Roush Fenway Racing the day after NASCAR’s premier series season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway. The driver gave an update on Twitter after being asked by a fan what his plans were for next season.
Biffle had been with Roush since 1998 and competed in the premier series since 2002. He was the longest tenured driver with Roush, earning 19 premier series wins, the last coming in 2013. At 46, Biffle was the oldest full-time driver in the premier series in 2016.
With Biffle’s departure, Roush announced it would only run two cars in the premier series next season.