Race fans and race teams can find pertinent information about Monday’s Money in the Bank 150 at Berlin Raceway (MI) in 51’s Fast Facts below. 


Date: June 11


Track: Berlin Raceway (0.4375-mile, paved oval)


Location: 2060 Berlin Fair Dr, Marne, MI 49435


Sanction: ARCA/CRA Super Series


Purse: $20,000-to-win


Last Year’s Winner: Bubba Pollard


Speed51.com Coverage: Speed51.com will provide a live pay-per-view video stream for $19.99.  Video tickets can be purchased today by clicking here.


Tickets: General Admission – $15 in advance, $20 at the door


Pit Passes: $40


Track Phone: (616) 677-5000


Track Website: www.berlinraceway.com


Series Website: www.cra-racing.com


Fast Facts: The Money in the Bank 150 is one of the richest single-day events in Super Late Model racing.  This year’s event, which is the second running of the race, has received presenting sponsorship from Primera Plastics. The 150-lap race will be a six-tire race with teams starting the race on the tires they qualify on.  Each team will be allowed to change two tires any time during the race without penalty.  The event will also use controlled cautions, meaning that cars that pit will return to the track in the order they entered the pits.  Group qualifying will allow three drivers on the track at each time and will allow drivers to go out as many times as they want during the 20 minute session.


NASCAR Cup Series star Kyle Busch has filed an entry to compete in the event for a second straight year.  He finished seventh in the race one year ago.  Two-time NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion Matt Crafton will also return to a Super Late Model for this event.  Following a third-place finish in the race last year, Harrison Burton will look to add another big win to his resume this time around.  Monday’s race will be the final race of a busy four-day stretch for defending race winner Bubba Pollard, who will also compete in the Masters of the Pros at Birch Run (MI) on Friday and the CARS/SSS Border War 150 at Anderson (SC) on Saturday.  NCWTS driver and Dirt Modified ace Stewart Friesen will be making his third asphalt Super Late Model start during the event, following a pair of runner-up finishes in his first two starts. Short track veterans such as Brian Campbell, Jeff ChoquetteJohnny VanDoorn and Preston Peltier add even more star power to this year’s field.


Money in the Bank 150 Entry List:

(As of June 4, 2018)

Car # Driver
X Jon Reynolds Jr.
2 Kyle Jones
5 Dakoda Armstrong
5A Aaron Hulings
6 Dave Zagaiski
7 John DeAngelis
9 Jeff Choquette
10 Steve Dorer
12 Harrison Burton
12D Tim DeVos
12M Nick Murgic
14 Carson Hocevar
17 Brian Johnson
20 TBA
21L Terry Van Haitsma
22 Evan Shotko
23 Chris Koslek
24 Lee VanDyk
26 Bubba Pollard
37 Jordan Dahlke
41 Hunter Jack
45 Michael Simko
47 Brian Campbell
48 Preston Peltier
51 Kyle Busch
51N Stephen Nasse
53 Boris Jurkovic
55L Dave Lake
66 Nate Walton
66B Logan Bearden
67 Ben Welch
71 John VanDoorn
72 Scott Hantz
81 Terry Senneker
81V Tristan VanWieringen
88 Matt Crafton
101 Lauren Bush
112 Stewart Friesen
131 Kyle Crump

Race Day Schedule: 

Monday, June 11 (All Times Local)

8 a.m. – Pit Area Opens

10 a.m. – Super Late Model Tech Opens

12 p.m. – Practice Begins

Super Late Model Practice (60 minutes)

Sprint Practice (30 minutes)

Pit Gate Opens

Super Late Model Practice (60 minutes)

Sprint Practice (30 minutes)

Pit Gate Opens

Sprints Tech (Turn 4)

Super Late Model Final Practice (30 minutes)

Pit Gate Opens

3:45 p.m. – Sprints Qualifying

Super Late Models to Tech

Super Late Model Group Qualifying (20 Minutes)

5:30 p.m. – Autograph Session

6 p.m. – Pre-Race Ceremonies Begin

6:30 p.m. – Racing Begins

Money in the Bank Last Chance Race (15 laps)

Sprint Heats (8 laps)

Driver Introductions

Money in the Bank 150

Must See Sprints Feature (30 laps)


-Text by Brandon Paul, Speed51.com Editor

-Photo credit: Speed51.com

Fast Facts: Money in the Bank 150 at Berlin Raceway