(AP File Photo)
(AP File Photo)

One last race to make the Chase this Saturday night in Richmond at the Federated Auto Parts 400. Also in this "FOX in the Fast Lane": Hendrick Motor Sports is sending everyone to the Chase, more bad news for Turner Scott Motorsports, say goodbye to Nationwide and Michael Waltrip puts on his dancing shoes.

FOX News Radio's Marghiee Teshineh reports in this week's FOX in the Fast Lane:

FOX in the Fast Lane.

This weekend drivers head to Richmond for the last race of NASCAR's regular season before the Chase. Hendrick Motors Sports team owner Rick Hendrick says...

(Hendrick) "We're just glad to go to Richmond and have them all in the Chase."

Kasey Kahne, the fourth and last Hendrick driver to be eligible for the Chase thanks to his win at Atlanta. And what does Kahne expect this weekend?

(Kahne) "Hopefully we can build some confidence, some momentum and go into Richmond and even get better."

More trouble for Turner Scott Motorsports announcing they are shutting down their Truck Series team and laying off 18 workers.

Comcast signs a 10-year agreement to replace Nationwide as the title sponsor of NASCAR's second tier racing circuit.  The series will be now be known as the NASCAR Xfinity Series.

And driver and team owner Michael Waltrip will be tackling some dangerous curves on the dance floor when he joins the cast of the upcoming season of 'Dancing with the Stars'.

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

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