It's time for the All-Star Race, which means no points, no pressure and lots of fun.  Tony Stewart also has a big birthday and NASCAR will be honoring their legends.

FOX News Radio's Marghiee "Trackside" Teshineh has your All-Star edition of "FOX in the Fast Lane"...

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NASCAR'S SPRINT CUP SERIES TAKES A BREAK FROM THE POINTS COMPETITION TO HOLD ITS ANNUAL ALL-STAR RACE AT CHARLOTTE MOTOR SPEEDWAY, WITH A ONE  MILLION DOLLAR PURSE FOR THE WINNER.  TONY STEWART, WHO CELEBRATES HIS FORTIETH BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK SAYS DON'T BELIEVE IT WHEN DRIVERS SAY IT'S JUST ABOUT THE CASH...

(YOU KNOW EVERYBODY AMPS IT SO MUCH  SAYING THERE'S NOTHING ON THE LINE BUT MONEY, BUT TRUST ME WE ALL THINK OF THE TROPHY FIRST AND THE MONEY SECOND.)

KURT BUSCH, THE DEFENDING ALL-STAR CHAMP, SAYS THIS RACE ALLOWS DRIVERS TO TAKE CHANCES...

(USUALLY A LOT OF TEAMS ARE EXPERIMENTING, WHICH WILL BE OBVIOUSLY A GREAT TIME FOR US TO GO AND DO THAT AND TRY SOMETHING. BECAUSE WE WON THAT RACE LAST YEAR; WE WANT TO BE COMPETITIVE AGAIN. )

CLINT BOWYER  SAYS WINNING THE ALL STAR RACE MEANS A LOT...

(EVERYBODY WANTS TO WIN THAT RACE. OBVIOUSLY IT'S A BIG RACE FOR OUR SPORT, BUT THAT'S  A HUGE PAY DAY.)

AND THE NASCAR HALL OF FAME  CLASS OF 2011 GETS OFFICIALLY INDUCTED NEXT WEEK.

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