NASCAR gets closer to crowning a new champion as the chase rolls into the Phoenix International Raceway for the Kobalt Tools 500.  And, sponsors not happy with bad boy Kyle Busch.

FOX News Radio's Marghiee "Trackside" Teshineh has more in this edition of "FOX In The Fast Lane":

With just two races left in the chase, Kevin Harvick holding on to 3rd place compares Phoenix to other oval tracks that give him trouble:

"I look at Phoenix a lot like Martinsville, the Roush cars didn't run very well there and we have to run well there.  So we're looking forward to it."

Brad Keselowski thinks it's Tony Stewart's year to take back the cup:

"I think he's the guy to beat as this championship unfolds."

And points leader Carl Edwards knows this week's race is important:

"Phoenix has a larger opportunity by a landslide to change the outcome of this chase."

Z-Line Designs, one of Kyle Busch's sponsors is asking Busch be replaced for the final Nationwide race of the season at Homestead.  And Busch's primary sponsor may ask him to sit out the last two Sprint Cup races as well.  This comes after Busch intentionally wrecked Ron Hornaday Junior at November 4th's Camping World truck series race in Texas.

FOX In The Fast Lane.  I'm Marghiee Teshineh, FOX News Radio.