It seems no other driver is as excited for testing at Las Vegas Motor Speedway as former NASCAR Nextel Cup Series champion Kurt Busch. Busch, who addressed the media today after the morning test session, moved from Jack Roush-owned Fords to Roger Penske's Miller Lite Dodge operation for the 2005 season and feels that testing at LVMS has brought his new team closer together. "I think everything's going real well on getting up to speed," said Busch. "The team is definitely gelling real well together and making good adjustments." Busch says that climbing into the Dodge still takes some getting used to, but hopes he can find the success the car once had. "It feels strange," said Busch. "I kind of feel a little bit like Rusty Wallace. Rusty's a great guy to look up too and to fill his shoes. I think of it more of just carrying on his legacy." Kasey Kahne also addressed the media today. Kahne, who finished second in the 2004 UAW-DaimlerChrysler 400, talked about what his team was doing this week to find success again at LVMS. "There's been some changes that Ray's made at Evernham Motorsports that I think are going to be huge," said Kahne. "This is really our first test as a team with other cars around and it's really been a great test for us so far." Kahne, whose primary sponsor is UAW-DaimlerChrysler, also talked about what it would mean to win one at LVMS. "To win in Vegas would be great," said Kahne. "To win a race which one of our sponsors is sponsoring would make it even that much better." Busch and Kahne are both testing at the LVMS today. Tickets for the March 10-12 NASCAR Weekend are available by calling 1-800-644-4444 or visiting