Viva Las Vegas! The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup series races at Las Vegas Motor Speedway for Sunday’s running of the Kobalt 400. Las Vegas gets a second race and the Hall of Fame nominees list grows.
FOX’s Marghiee Teshineh has “FOX in the Fast Lane”:
Brad Keselowski goes to Las Vegas this weekend with a laid back approach to the track, where he admits had a rough start early in his career, but has started to show signs of improvement, something he has to keep reminding his critics:
(Keselowski) “Yeah, it’s hard to always to put a finger on that and I know I wear your guys out about that this that past success or failure is not always a guarantee for future success or failures.”
And Keselowski will be the first to admit after being ‘all work’ for so many years getting married and having a family has been good for him on and off the track:
(Keselowski) “You know I think in general I am the happiest I’ve ever been because I have a better work to life balance than I’ve ever had.”
Las Vegas will be added to the 2018 post season race schedule taking New Hampshire out of the mix.
And NASCAR announcing five names will be added to the list of Hall of Fame nominees for next year, which include legendary race team owners Joe Gibbs and Roger Penske as well as the late Davey Allison.
I’m Marghiee Teshineh, FOX News.