Greg Biffle joins NASCAR America as an analyst

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Greg Biffle announced Friday on Twitter that he’s decided “not to participate full time in NASCAR this season” but remained open to racing.

Biffle also tweeted that he will serve as a reoccurring guest analyst on NASCAR America on NBCSN. His first scheduled appearance on the NASCAR show will be March 1.

In a series of tweets, Biffle stated “if the right opportunity arises, I may return to the driver’s seat.”

Biffle and Roush Fenway Racing parted ways after last season, ending a union that saw the driver win titles in what is now the Xfinity and Camping World Truck Series and score 19 Cup victories.

Biffle finished a career-high second in the points in 2005. He placed third in the points in 2008 and fifth in the points in 2012. His 19 career victories put him 41st on the all-time wins list, tied with Davey Allison, Buddy Baker and Fonty Flock.

Biffle joins an analyst crew for NASCAR America that includes Dale Jarrett, Jeff Burton, Steve Letarte, Kyle Petty and Parker Kligerman.

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