It's time to kiss the bricks! NASCAR this Sunday goes to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the Crown Royal Presents The Jeff Kyle 400 At The Brickyard... Kyle Larson trying to adjust to new rules...Tony Stewart hoping to catch a break at home... and Kelli Pickler sings at The Brickyard.
FOX News Radio's Marghiee Teshineh reports in "FOX in the Fast Lane":
Kyle Busch heads to Indianapolis this weekend looking to win a third consecutive race. Busch credits crew chief Adam Stevens for his recent winning streak.
(Busch) "Things are working in our favor right now and we are just doing the right things at the right time. And Adam is making some really good adjustments and some really good calls."
Does Stevens think Busch has what it takes to go all the way and win the Cup championship?
(Stevens) "With the Chase format, with the eliminations and then it all coming down to one race, if we can keep our head on our shoulders and get in first and then continue to prepare good cars and execute, I think we can."
Kyle Larson had a great run at Indy last year, but says it may be a little harder this year, because:
(Larson) "It's way different aero and horsepower than last year, so gotta wait and see."
Tony Stewart says he's looking forward to racing on his home track at Indy this weekend and hoping to score his first win since June 2013.
And, country music star Kellie Pickler will perform the National Anthem before this weekend's race at Indy.
FOX In The Fast Lane, I'm Marghiee Teshineh, FOX News Radio.
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