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Money in the Bank entry list features Super Late’s best and NASCAR stars

Over 30 entries will descend upon Marne, Michigan on Tuesday and Wednesday for the eighth annual Money in the Bank 150 at Berlin Raceway.

The Super Late Model race once again features Cup Series drivers Erik Jones, the defending winner, alongside Carson Hocevar against some of the top names in national Super Late Model racing like 2017 winner Bubba Pollard and Derek Griffith.

Berlin Raceway also has one of the more healthy local Super Late Model divisions in the country featuring race winners Brian Campbell, Evan Shotko, Austin Hull and current championship leader Andrew Scheid of nearby Grand Rapids.

Typically found spotting for Kyle Busch in the Cup Series on Sundays, this is also one of the handful of Late Model starts behind the wheel that Derek Kneeland gets to race every summer as well.

The race is once again sanctioned by the UARA Super Late Model Series, formerly SRL National, and has a total purse of $80,150 of which $10,000 is paid to the winner. It will be contested on McCreary American Racer tires.

Money in the Bank is scheduled to take the green flag on 6:30 ET on Wednesday and it airs live on Racing America.

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The complete entry list can be found below:

Erik Jones
Tyler Rycenga
Tony Elrod
Derek Griffith
Brian Bergakker
Chase Pinsonneault
Michael Atwell
Chase Burda
Keith Herp
Austin Hull
Gavan Boschele
Kris Wright
Evan Shotko
Steve Needles
Dylan Stovall
Bubba Pollard
Ken Wobma
Scott Thomas
Chris Shannon
Sean Gipson
Brian Campbell
Nate Walton
Carson Hocevar
Katie Hettinger
Andrew Scheid
Trever McCoy
Derek Kneeland
Kyle Crump
Levie Jones
Joe Bush
Blake Rowe

Matt Weaver is the owner and founder of Short Track Scene. Weaver grew up in the sport, having raced himself before becoming a reporter in college at the University of South Alabama. He also has extensive experience covering NASCAR, IndyCar and Dirt Sprint Cars.

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