Drivers dash to Darlington for the Showtime Southern 500, Trevor Bayne gets sprung from the hospital, and Martin Truex, Jr.'s pit crew gets a tuneup.

FOX News Radio's Marghiee "Trackside" Teshineh has all the latest in this week's "FOX in the Fast Lane"...

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BRIAN VICKERS SAYS DARLINGTON'S REPUTATION AS  THE TRACK 'TOO TOUGH TO TAME' IS WELL DESERVED...

(IT'S CHALLENGING IT'S DIFFICULT... IT'S HARD, IT'S WEIRD. IT'S A ONE GROOVE RACE TRACK AT ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY MILES AN HOUR AND YOU RUN RIGHT AGAINST THE WALL.)

TONY STEWART SAYS COOPERATION IS THE KEY TO DARLINGTON...

(YOU HAVE TO WORK WITH THE OTHER DRIVERS THERE. YOU HAVE TO BE WILLING TO USE AND GIVE AND TAKE THERE.  AND THERE'S GOING BE TIMES YOU DON'T WANT TO GIVE SPOTS UP BUT YOU HAVE TO. )

A BOTCHED FINAL PIT STOP AT RICHMOND, GOT MARTIN TRUEX, JR. SO MAD HE TRIED TO FIRE HIS PIT CREW OVER THE RADIO.  TRUEX DOESN'T HAVE FIRING POWER, BUT MICHAEL WALTRIP RACING HAS RESPONDED TO TRUEX'S COMPLAINTS WITH PERSONNEL CHANGES.

AND DAYTONA 500 WINNER TREVOR BAYNE HAS JUST BEEN RELEASED FROM THE MAYO CLINIC AFTER BEING TREATED FOR WHAT DOCTORS ARE CALLING AN INFLAMMATORY CONDITION.  HE'S ON THE MEND BUT HE'LL MISS THIS WEEK'S NATIONWIDE RACE AT DARLINGTON.

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