With just a few races left until a new Sprint Cup champ is crowned, NASCAR rolls into one of the oldest tracks on the circuit; Martinsville Speedway for the Tums Fast Relief 500.  And, Kraft Foods, Stewart Haas Racing, and NASCAR are sticking together.

FOX News Radio's Marghiee "Trackside" Teshineh has the latest in this edition of "FOX in the Fast Lane":

Denny Hamlin feels headed into Martinsville, his best races are still ahead of him at this point in the chase:

"The last really five race, chase races are all good race tracks for us."

For Matt Kenseth, it's a love-hate relationship with Martinsville:

"If I was a fan, it would be one of my top five or six I'd probably pick out to go watch.  I think the racing is really exciting.  It's just a track for me personally that has been more frustrating than some other tracks."

Jeff Gordon admits there are tracks he likes better, but:

"There are few tracks that I feel as confident in as I do going to Martinsville."

And does Tony Stewart think he can win the chase?

"I think these last two weeks have helped us get back in contention where we feel we've got a shot at this thing again."

And after 11 years, Kraft Foods says they'll continue to partner with NASCAR, and Kraft Food brands Oreo and Ritz will continue to be associate sponsors for Stewart Haas Racing.

FOX in the Fast Lane. I'm Marghiee Teshineh, FOX News Radio.