Greg Biffle, driver of the No.16 3M Ford Fusion for Roush Fenway Racing will sport a new look again this weekend at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California.
Biffle’s car will be using 3M’s Crystalline 90 Window Film technology for added comfort and protection in the driver seat once again, but this time Biffle also feature the 3M Window Film paint scheme on his car.
Biffle is an avid user of window film off the track, he began using 3M window film on his car at last year’s 2012 Daytona race, following the film’s successful on-track testing by Penske in 2011. 3
M™ Automotive Window Crystalline Series Films boast unrivaled heat rejection, significant glare reduction, non-metalized construction, and blockage of up to 99.9% of harmful UV light. The film also features a proprietary, multilayer optical film technology that combines over 200 layers in a film that is thinner than a Post-it® Note.
The technology keeps Biffle cool around the laps at the race track. In the video below, Biffle talks about the Window Film:
“This is a very exciting moment for the brand as fans will see 3M window films’ performance benefits firsthand during the race and through live demos in our 3M Experience booth,” said John Price, Marketing Communications Supervisor for the 3M Renewable Energy Division. “Greg is a true competitor and it’s exciting to see 3M’s automotive window film provide him an extra edge on the track each week.”
Check out Biffle’s paint scheme this weekend at Auto Club Speedway, a track he won at in 2005 and finished sixth at last season.