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FOX in the Fast Lane covers the world of NASCAR!

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Kyle Busch Rides Hot Streak into Charlotte
The round of 12 gets underway Sunday in the Monster Energy Cup playoffs. FOX's Matt Napolitano has more: It's down to a dozen in the quest for the Cup as the top circuit returns to Charlotte for the Bank of America 500 Sunday. Kyle Busch entering this race weekend in quest of his third straight win, but says momentum doesn't mean anything in the playoffs: (Busch) "There's a lot of racing to go. You know, I think week to week you can probably change your favorite." Busch trailing the leader Martin Truex Jr. by 18 points in the playoff standings. This as one of the final 12 speaks out on pay for drivers. Denny Hamlin sounding off during the week that salary should be on the level of athletes in leagues like the NBA and the NFL: (Denny Hamlin) "They're risking their life each and every weekend, and they're on the road just, you know, just like everyone else is each and every weekend." Hamlin speaking with Sirius XM NASCAR Radio there, calling for more revenue from NASCAR's TV deal to be shared with teams. This as NASCAR unveiled rule changes for 2018 to cars that will see the addition of radiators and common flat splitters for all races, and efforts to increase down-force and horsepower for competitors. FOX in the Fast Lane, I'm Matt Napolitano, FOX News. Follow Matt Napolitano on Twitter: @MattNapolitano
Consistency is Key for Kyle Busch as NASCAR’s Playoffs Begin
The Monster Energy Cup playoffs get underway this weekend. FOX's Matt Napolitano has this week's "FOX in the Fast Lane": The playoffs are here and the round of 16 hits Chicagoland first Sunday for the Tale of the Turtles 400. Previous champions and young guns in the pack with some taking part in a NASCAR media luncheon in New York City Thursday. With 10 races between them and the Monster Energy Cup, drivers like Kyle Busch, third in the point standings, are looking to keep consistent: (Busch) "I think the biggest thing is just to stick with what you know. Keep doing what you've done to get you this far and to get you to this point. We've had a good regular season. We've had fast cars. We've been up front and led a lot." While up and comers like Ryan Blaney are taking their first playoff run one race at a time starting at the tri-oval in Illinois: (Blaney) "We've already run pretty good at Chicago. We actually had a shot at winning this race last year and ended up fourth, I think so. I think I'm very optimistic about it. Mile-and-a-half tracks seem to be very good for us." Martin Truex Jr. enters the playoff standings with the lead as the round of 16 runs from Chicagoland Sunday through Dover on October 1st before some drivers miss the cut. Fox in the Fast Lane, I'm Matt Napolitano, FOX News. FOX's @MattNapolitano with @keselowski & @KyleBusch at a #NASCAR media luncheon in NYC on Thursday. pic.twitter.com/VIO90U9xJQ -- FOX News Radio (@foxnewsradio) September 15, 2017 Follow Matt Napolitano on Twitter: @MattNapolitano
Denny Hamlin Remains Focused Headed into Richmond
One last race under the lights before the start of the Monster Energy Cup playoffs. FOX's Matt Napolitano reports: Another go under the lights Saturday night for the Cup series at Richmond Raceway for the Federated Auto Parts 400. With three spots still up for grabs in the playoffs, drivers sitting on the outside looking in in the standings like Erik Jones are hoping to grab that checkered flag at America's premier short track: (Jones) "Obviously, we're gonna be pushing hard, and there's gonna be times throughout the night where I'm sure we're going to be taking chances that we wouldn't take." And drivers like Denny Hamlin who have clinched a spot are just looking to keep the momentum going: (Hamlin) "We know every point is super critical, so you don't take anything for granted." Both drivers appearing on Sirius XM NASCAR Radio. Speaking of Hamlin, his win last weekend at Darlington has been encumbered and he's been docked 25 driver's points due to an L-1 penalty assessed to the No. 11 team with crew chief Mike Wheeler suspended two races for a rear suspension violation in post-race inspection. Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s team was also handed a post-race penalty for lug nuts not properly installed. Crew chief Greg Ives will sit out the action at Richmond. FOX in the Fast Lane, I'm Matt Napolitano, FOX News. Follow Matt Napolitano on Twitter: @MattNapolitano
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Started
Jul 8th, 2016
Latest Episode
Oct 6th, 2017
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
49
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