(AP Photo/Jim Cole)
(AP Photo/Jim Cole)

The NASCAR Sprint Cup goes to New Hamsphire Motor Speedway at Loudon for week two of the Chase and Sunday's running of the Sylvania 300. Meanwhile, Richard Petty Motorsports regrouping after losing Marcos Ambrose, and the Sprint Cup welcomes a new driver.

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

FOX in the Fast Lane. 

Brad Keselowski heads to Loudon this weekend -- the points leader with one Chase victory, but Keselowski says...

(Keselowski) "Nobody cares that we won Chicago. Nobody cares that we won Richmond or, or the other three races. You know, it keeps resetting and you have to reset yourself.")

Kasey Kahne says if he wants to advance in the Chase he's going to have to...

(Kahne) "Show up with a better package and try to keep up with the other guys, but it's a tough track, strategy plays a big role at New Hampshire."

Richard Petty Motorsports says they are committed to running two cars next season, despite losing driver Marcos Ambrose and primary sponsor Stanley. Marcos who drove the Number 9 car is going back to Australia, to race V8 Supercars for Roger Penske.

And driver Corey LaJoie, the son of two-time Nationwide Series champ Randy LaJoie, makes his Sprint Cup Series debut this weekend at Loudon, driving for the Randy Humphrey Racing team.

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

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