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- Despite posting four top ten finishes in twelve starts, Hasleau was waived mid-season, replaced initially by former Truck Series drivers Greg Biffle and Kurt Busch.
- However, a crash on the back straightaway when he was turned by Greg Biffle ended his title contention chances and left him with a 31st-place finish.
- He won four races and finished runner-up to teammate Greg Biffle in the championship standings, as well as winning Rookie of the Year honors.
- At the Quicken Loans 400 at Michigan, Johnson closed in on Greg Biffle for the lead with less than ten laps left, but suffered a flat tire with less than five laps to go.
- Busch won four additional races, tying Greg Biffle for the record for most wins by a driver in their rookie year, and finished 2nd in points behind series champion Martin Truex, Jr.
- Stewart got collected in a multi-car crash, which started when Robby Gordon repaid Greg Biffle some retaliation, and Stewart t-boned Biffle.
- At Charlotte, for the Coca-Cola 600, Hamlin clinched a pole position with a record speed of 195.624 mi/h, breaking the previous speed of 193.708 mi/h set by Greg Biffle.
- In the following event, the Samsung Mobile 500, Johnson finished second after leading much of the race before he was passed by Greg Biffle.
- He ran inside the Top 10 for most of the race, and took the lead from Greg Biffle with 14 laps to go.
- The renovations were praised by fans, and the track has produced a number of close finishes, including 2005's last-lap battle between Greg Biffle and Mark Martin.
- The 2010 U.S. Census was the primary sponsor at NASCAR races in Atlanta, Bristol, and Martinsville, and sponsored the No. 16 Ford Fusion driven by Greg Biffle for part of the season, because of a marketing survey that indicated most NASCAR fans lean politically conservative.
- With five laps to go, Johnson led a lane with Greg Biffle and Danica Patrick.
- Later in the season, he was fined for a post-race incident with Greg Biffle at Bristol Motor Speedway.
- Keselowski notched another 2nd-place finish the following week at Michigan, leading with 10 laps to go but being passed by Jimmie Johnson and Greg Biffle.
- McMurray finished the year 6th in final points, 772 points behind Champion Greg Biffle who would end up being his rookie rival in 2003.
- In the postponed Daytona 500, he finished in 2nd place behind Matt Kenseth, after passing Greg Biffle on the last lap.
- In the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte, Edwards took the lead early in the race, fell back, but managed to regain the lead close to the end, and held off former teammate Greg Biffle to win his 24th career win, snapping a 31-race winless streak.
- Burton took the lead from Greg Biffle with just over 70 laps to go.
- Kahne spun back into the racing surface and was hit by Greg Biffle and Mark Martin.
- He won Rookie of the Year honors by 37 points over Greg Biffle.
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