The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads to the Tricky Triangle, Pocono Raceway, this Sunday for the Pennsylvania 400. Denny Hamlin visits flood victims and Kevin Harvick's team gets fined after Brickyard race.
FOX's Marghiee Teshineh has "FOX in the Fast Lane":
It's a case of déjà vu for Kyle Busch, winning at Indianapolis and hoping that momentum will carry over to a win at Pocono this weekend, Busch says in preparing for this weekend's race at the Tricky Triangle, the team is reviewing everything that worked last season:
(Busch) "We ran a good race we ran up front all day. Joey (Logano) and I were kinda in a league of our own, so we definitely need to look at that and see how we were last year and see how we excelled from here to there and try to carry that momentum."
Despite that confidence, Busch has never won at Pocono:
(Busch) "So I would certainly like to check that box and get that one off the list which only leaves Charlotte."
Denny Hamlin went to southern West Virginia this week to hand out toys and school supplies to students living in Greenbrier County that were impacted by the deadly June floods.
And NASCAR has penalized Kevin Harvick's crew chief Rodney Childers for improperly installing lug nuts at the Brickyard race. Childers was hit with a $20,000 fine and is suspended through this weekend's race at Pocono.
I'm Marghiee Teshineh, FOX News.