DOVER, Del. (AP) -- Greg Biffle took the lead for the first time with 21 miles to go and then drove away from the field to win the rain-delayed
NASCAR Busch series race Monday at Dover International Speedway.
It was Biffle's 14th career victory and second on the Monster Mile. The win also gave team owner Jack Roush a Dover sweep of NASCAR's top two series'
events, after Mark Martin also used a late charge to prevail in Sunday's Nextel Cup race.
The MBNA America 200 began Saturday but was postponed after just 28 of 200 laps -- and a delay of 5 hours, 10 minutes -- with Bobby Hamilton Jr.
holding the lead.
When the race resumed Monday, a number of drivers took turns on the lead. Martin Truex Jr. led a race-high 75 laps, but he needed fresher tires to
overtake David Green with just under two miles to go to finish second.
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