Biffle, who scored ten top-ten finishes in the regular season, held on to a Chase eligible position through most of the first 26 races.
The Roush Fenway Racing veteran posted five straight top-ten finishes before Richmond, giving the driver a small cushion heading into the final race of the regular season.
But with the playoffs in focus, Biffle is focused on starting the post-season right at Chicagoland Speedway this Sunday.
“We tested Chicago, we’re excited about the first Chase race,” he said post-race Saturday.
In 11 starts at Chicagoland, Biffle has managed one top-ten finish, a fourth place effort in 2008. His average finish is 18th.
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Greg Biffle practices for the 2014 Daytona 500.
Biffle, who has made the Chase six times in the last seven seasons, finished runner-up in points in 2005, his best performance under the Chase format.
Biffle has won at five of the racetracks in the Chase, but enters the Chase with a losing streak of 39 races.