For the sixth time in track history, Berlin Raceway in Marne, Michigan will host the running of the Money in the Bank 150 this Wednesday evening.

One of the newer events on the Berlin calendar, the Money in the Bank 150 has quickly become one of the most popular races in the Midwest for Super Late Model competitors. It has drawn some of racing’s biggest stars to compete for the $10,000 top prize.

STREAMING: Watch Wednesday’s Money in the Bank 150 live on FloRacing

Local stars have controlled most of the Money in the Bank 150 events held thus far. Brian Campbell and current NASCAR Camping World Truck Series competitor Carson Hocevar have won the race twice. Last year, however, NASCAR Cup Series star William Byron proved his worth by conquering this race for the first time.

More than 30 drivers are slated to hit the track Wednesday for the 2023 running of the Money in the Bank 150, with each looking to take home the $10,000 top prize after 150 competitive laps around one of Michigan’s top short tracks.

Below is everything you need to know about the 2023 Money in the Bank 150 at Berlin Raceway.

What TV channel is the Money in the Bank at Berlin Raceway on in 2023?

All feature racing action from the 2023 Money in the Bank at Berlin Raceway can be viewed live on FloRacing, the streaming home of all NASCAR Roots properties.

The Money in the Bank 150 at Berlin will not be shown on a television network.

Below is the complete schedule for coverage on FloRacing.

DateStart timeHow to watch
Wednesday, June 77 p.m. ETFloRacing

2023 Money in the Bank schedule

This year‘s Money in the Bank 150 at Berlin is scheduled for Wednesday, June 7. Tuesday, June 6 will serve as a practice day for Super Late Model teams.

Below is the complete race-day schedule for the 2023 Money in the Bank 150 at Berlin Raceway.

(All times ET)

9:30 a.m.Pit Pass Window Opens
10 a.m.Pit Area Opens
11 a.m.Race Tires Sold and Impounded
12 p.m.Super Late Model Driver/Spotter Meeting
1 – 1:50 p.m.Super Late Model Practice
2 – 2:50 p.m.Super Late Model Practice
3:30 p.m.Super Late Model Tech Inspection
4:10 – 4:40 p.m.Sportsman Practice
5:30 p.m.Super Late Model Qualifying
6:27 p.m.Invocation
Following InvocationNational Anthem
6:30 p.m.Money in the Bank 150 Last Chance Race (40 Laps)
Following Last Chance RaceSportsman Feature (40 Laps)
Following Sportsman FeatureMoney in the Bank 150 (150 Laps)

Entry list

The current entry list for the 2023 Money in the Bank 150 features more than 30 competitors.

Headlining the talented group of competitors is defending NASCAR Cup Series Southern 500 winner Erik Jones, who is returning to his home state of Michigan to compete in Wednesday’s event in his own No. 4 Super Late Model.

Joining Jones on the entry list is two-time Money in the Bank 150 winner Carson Hocevar, who is fresh off his NASCAR Cup Series debut Sunday at World Wide Technology Raceway.

Other notables include inaugural winner Bubba Pollard, ARCA Menards Series East and West competitor Sean Hingorani, multi-time World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing champion Derek Griffith and Kyle Busch’s NASCAR Cup Series spotter Derek Kneeland.

Below is the complete entry list for Wednesday’s main event.

Car No.Driver
3Mike Garvey
4Erik Jones
5Haden Horvath
6Eric White
8Tony Elrod
12Derek Griffith
12Brian Bergakker
14Carson Hocevar
17Zach Telford
18Keith Herp
18Chase Burda
20Austin Hull
20Sean Hingorani
22Gio Ruggiero
22Evan Shotko
23Billy VanMeter
24Dylan Stovall
24Lee VanDyk
25Tyler Roahrig
26Bubba Pollard
28Scott Thomas
33Wes Griffith Jr.
47Brian Campbell
50Jett Noland
53Boris Jurkovic
66Nate Walton
71Kyle Crump
76Brian Tillema
81Andre Gresel
88Andrew Scheid
88Trever McCoy
90Derek Kneeland
101Joe Bush
131Blake Rowe

Past winners

The Money in the Bank 150 being among newest events on the Berlin schedule hasn’t stopped some of the top stars from Michigan (and the nation) from competing in the event at the 7/16-mile paved oval in search of a $10,000 payday.

The inaugural event in 2017 was won national Super Late Model star Bubba Pollard. Local legend Brian Campbell won the next two Money in the Bank events in 2018-19, followed by current NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series star Carson Hocevar winning the event in consecutive years in 2020-21.

Last year, NASCAR Cup Series star and Hendrick Motorsports driver William Byron powered to his first Money in the Bank 150 victory.

2017Bubba Pollard
2018Brian Campbell
2019Brian Campbell
2020Carson Hocevar
2021Carson Hocevar
2022William Byron

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