NASCAR spends Labor Day weekend at Darlington Raceway with Sunday’s running of Bojangles Southern 500, Jeff Gordon takes over the 88 car again and remembering the ‘first lady’ of NASCAR and Brad Keselowski loses points after Michigan.
That’s all apart of “FOX in the Fast Lane” with Marghiee Teshineh:
NASCAR goes to Darlington, dubbed, the track too tough to tame, with Kyle Larson, the newest name added to the list of chase contenders thanks to a win at Michigan.
So does Larson think he can make it back to back wins?:
(Larson) “It should be a good race. You love going there. One and twos extremely hard to run and then three and four you kinda run wherever you want. So looking to have a good run there again.”
NASCAR mourns the loss of the first lady of NASCAR, Betty Jane France, known for her commitment to improving health care for children, France’s son, Brian France is the chairman and CEO of NASCAR.
Brad Keselowski and the No. 2 car team fail a post-race inspection at Michigan and NASCAR fines crew chief Paul Wolfe $15,000 and docks the team and owner 10 championship points each.
And Jeff Gordon returns to drive the 88 car this weekend at Darlington for Dale Earnhardt Jr. still dealing with concussion related symptoms.
I’m Marghiee Teshineh, FOX News.