The Kentucky Speedway makes its debut on the Sprint Cup schedule with the Quaker State 400...and NASCAR's uncertain future in Canada.

FOX News Radio's Marghiee "Trackside" Teshineh previews the race in this edition of "FOX in the Fast Lane"...

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NASCAR WELCOMES THE KENTUCKY SPEEDWAY TO THE SPRINT CUP SERIES, THE FIRST NEW TRACK ADDED TO THE SCHEDULE IN A DECADE.  AND WHAT DOES TONY STEWART  THINK?

"I LIKE GOING TO NEW PLACES THAT WE DON'T HAVE HISTORY AT."

JEFF BURTON SAY A WIN AT KENTUCKY'S DEBUT RACE WILL BE SPECIAL BECAUSE...

"EVERY DRIVER ALWAYS WANTS TO WIN THE FIRST ONE. 'CAUSE THERE'S ONLY ONE OF THOSE. SO THERE'S A LOT OF PRESSURE ON EVERYBODY TO GO WIN THAT RACE."

JOEY LOGANO, A WINNER AT KENTUCKY  IN THE NATIONWIDE SERIES, THINKS HE CAN WIN A SPRINT CUP RACE HERE...

"YOU KNOW WITH THE NATIONWIDE SERIES.. WITH THREE POLES AND THREE WINS THERE, I'M EXCITED TO GET THERE AT ANYTIME TO RACE, SO I'M PRETTY PUMPED UP ABOUT IT RIGHT NOW."

AND WILL CANADA SAY ADIOS ' TO NASCAR?  MONTREAL'S CONTRACT WITH  INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY CORPORATION EXPIRED IN JUNE, AND WITHOUT GOVERNMENT FUNDING TO OFFSET A ONE POINT SIX MILLION DOLLAR DEFICIT, NEXT MONTH'S  NATIONWIDE RACE COULD BE THE END OF NASCAR IN CANADA.

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