NASCAR goes to Arizona for the Subway Fresh Fit 500, while NASCAR's newest star goes Nationwide and another track gets a makeover.  FOX News Radio's Marghiee Teshineh has the latest in "FOX in the Fast Lane"...

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DAYTONA'S GOT A NEW TRACK AND, SOON, SO WILL PHOENIX.  THE PHOENIX INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY SLATED FOR A TEN MILLION DOLLAR UPGRADE AFTER THIS WEEK'S RACE.

GREG BIFFLE SAYS BRING ON THE NEW PHOENIX!

(PHOENIX IS ALWAYS FUN TO GO RACE AT, BUT I CAN'T WAIT TO SEE WHAT'S GOING TO BE LIKE REPAVED)

FOR DENNY HAMLIN, RETURNING TO PHOENIX IS A CHANCE TO REDEEM HIMSELF AFTER A FUEL MILEAGE PROBLEM COST HIM NOT ONLY A WIN BUT THE CHAMPIONSHIP LAST YEAR...

(THERE WAS SOME ISSUES WE HAD TO WORK OUT AND WE HAVE DONE THAT SO FOR ME I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO GOING BACK)

AND JIMMIE JOHNSON SAYS AS DRIVERS ADJUST TO NASCAR'S NEW POINTS SYSTEM  ONE THING IS FOR SURE...

(BAD DAYS ARE GONNA HURT YOU A LOT MORE WE HOPE TO ROLL IN TO PHOENIX AND HAVE A GOOD FINISH AND GET ROLLING )

AND NASCAR SAYS HE COULD DO IT... BUT DAYTONA FIVE HUNDRED WINNER  TREVOR BAYNE  SAYS HE WILL NOT CHANGE HIS ELIGIBILITY FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP FROM THE NATIONWIDE SERIES TO THE SPRINT CUP SERIES.

FOX IN THE FAST LANE...I'M MARGHIEE TESHINEH, FOX NEWS RADIO