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NASCAR driver endorses Perham-made Redline

NASCAR driver Greg Biffle is pictured in front, with staff from Perham Redline. Back (l-r): Scott Hovde, Luke Evenson, Jerud Mikkelson, Jeff Nelson, Joe Delaney, Troy Romann, Justin Esser, Nick Kyle, and Michael Killian.

Redline Performance Products, LLC, the Perham manufacturer of a "dune buggy" recreational vehicle, has announced its association with Greg Biffle, the number 16 car of NASCAR fame with 14 career Sprint Cup victories, and one of the fan favorites on the NASCAR Sprint Cup circuit.

Biffle and Redline will promote Redline products at several events nationwide in 2009.

"I look forward to this relationship with Redline Performance Products," said Biffle. "I believe that motorsports enthusiasts need more power and performance than they think they will need when they go out to ride, and that is what Redline delivers. Riders can spend thousands of dollars on upgrading their machines, where at Redline you can order your high end performance components directly from the factory through your local dealer. It doesn't get any better than that for a performance rider."

Michael Killian, vice president of sales and marketing for Redline adds, "All of us at Redline look forward to working with one of NASCAR's great drivers, Greg Biffle, in the promotion and design of our products. We pride ourselves at Redline in producing the highest performing products in motorsports, and having Greg on our side will give us added vision in performance to excel in the marketplace. We feel our dealers will also benefit with the added ties directly to the most brand loyal fans in all of sports, NASCAR fans."

Greg Biffle was the 1998 NASCAR Rookie of the Year on the Craftsman Truck Series and was the Truck Series season champion in 2000. In 2001, he was the Busch Series Rookie of the Year and in 2002 he won the season series for the Craftsman Truck series and the Busch series.

This past weekend, he won the Nationwide Series (formerly Busch Series) race in Las Vegas, snapping a 76-race winless streak on Saturday. It was his first race victory since February, 2006. He is now third in the Nationwide Series season standings.

He drives the No. 26 car for CitiFinincial in the Nationwide Series. He runs the No. 16 3M car in the Sprint Cup Series.

On Sunday in the Sprint Cup race at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Biffle finished seventh. He and his 3M team are currently fourth in the Sprint Cup point standings, 40 points behind leader Jeff Gordon.

He is a member of the Rousch-Fenway Racing Team.

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