The 2011 Chase wraps up with the Ford 400 at the Homestead-Miami Speedway, where Carl Edwards and Tony Stewart size each other up. Kevin Harvick is still looking to win though and the White House is sending two special ladies to the season finale.
FOX News Radio's Marghiee "Trackside" Teshineh has it all in this week's "FOX in the Fast Lane":
The Chase for the Sprint Cup is now a two man race; Carl Edwards vs Tony Stewart.
For Edwards the pressure is on.
"WE KNOW GOING TO HOMESTEAD THAT WE'RE GOING TO HAVE TO PERFORM VERY, VERY WELL."
And Edwards admits Tony Stewart is at the top of his game.
"TONY AND THOSE GUYS, THEY'VE BEEN AT A LEVEL THAT IS UNPRECEDENTED IN THE CHASE."
Tony Stewart, a two-time champion is confident going into Homestead, with so few points between himself and Edwards, but:
"THREE POINTS ISN'T MUCH, SO ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN... WE SAW THAT LAST YEAR WITH DENNY HAMLIN. SO WE'RE CLOSE ENOUGH TO KEEP HIM (EDWARDS) HONEST RIGHT NOW."
Kevin Harvick, in third place is out of cup contention, but feels:
"WE'VE BEEN VERY GOOD AT HOMESTEAD AND HOPEFULLY WE'LL GO DOWN THERE AND CLOSE THE SEASON OUT STRONG."
And, First Lady Michelle Obama & Dr. Jill Biden will be at Homestead to help NASCAR honor U.S. Troops and Military Families and act as this year's Grand Marshals.
FOX in the Fast Lane. I'm Marghiee Teshineh, FOX News Radio.