NASCAR heads to Dover International Speedway for the third week of the Chase and this year's running of the AAA 400. And Kurt Busch finds a new home for the 2013 season.
FOX News Radio's Marghiee "Trackside" Teshineh has this week's FOX in the Fast Lane race preview:
FOX in the Fast Lane.
For Jimmie Johnson who won the June race at Dover, the strategy to win again this weekend will be:
Johnson: "If we can run up front and kinda control the race and control who we are racing around, I feel we that we can make up a lot, and you know hopefully distance ourself. I want to come out of here with the points lead."
Brad Keselowski is not looking forward to the monster mile because:
Keselowski: "I look at Dover as being one of our, our toughest tracks. It's certainly a high speed, high banked, very, very tough track to drive and get your car set up right for."
And for Matt Kenseth, Dover is one of his favorites, but:
Kenseth: "We haven't been really dominant there, but we've been able to get some top fives there the last few times we've been there which is good. But, we still need to be a little better there."
And Kurt Busch has signed with Colorado based Furniture Row Racing for next season, replacing Regan Smith in the #78 car. Busch was released from Penske Racing in 2011, and drove for Phoenix Racing this year.
FOX in the Fast Lane. I'm Marghiee Teshineh, FOX News Radio.
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