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Erik Jones, Carson Hocevar Among Entries for Money in the Bank at Berlin

So far, 31 teams have entered the UARA National Money in the Bank presented by Baker Auto Group at Berlin Raceway on Wednesday, June 12.


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More than 30 cars have entered the UARA National Money in the Bank presented by Baker Auto Group at Berlin Raceway, scheduled for Wednesday, June 12.


Among those entries are two NASCAR Cup Series competitors, Erik Jones and Carson Hocevar. Jones won last year’s Money in the Bank 150, adding to his list of accomplishments at Berlin which include a pair of wins at the Battle of Berlin and an ARCA Menards Series victory.

Hocevar is a two-time Money in the Bank winner. Hocevar’s first Late Model wins came at Berlin at just 12 years of age in 2015, and he won the track’s Super Late Model title in 2017.

While the two NASCAR drivers with strong roots at Berlin will be among the favorites, there is plenty of solid competition around them on the lineup. Brian Campbell is also a two-time Money in the Bank winner, and Bubba Pollard won the inaugural running of the event in 2017.

Derek Kneeland, who spots for Kyle Busch in the NASCAR Cup Series, will also be making one of his select Late Model appearances at Money in the Bank. The Berlin mid-week events have become a staple of Kneeland’s Late Model schedule.

A strong contingent of Michigan Late Model competitors will be looking to keep the Money in the Bank trophy in the Wolverine State. Grand Rapids’ Andrew Scheid currently leads Berlin Super Late Model points standings, while Tyler Rycenga, Austin Hull and Evan Shtoko have gone to victory lane with the division so far in 2024.

The UARA National event will also once again draw Late Model stars from across the country to Berlin Raceway. Derek Griffith from New Hampshire, Michael Atwell and Tony Elrod from Florida, Levie Jones from Washington and Gavan Boschele from North Carolina are among the entries headed to Berlin.

While Katie Hettinger now calls Mooresville, North Carolina home, she originally hails from Dryden, Michigan.

The full entry list can be viewed below.

Fans can click here to purchase their tickets for Wednesday’s Money in the Bank presented by Baker Auto Group, or watch the event live with a subscription to RacingAmerica.TV.

-Photo credit: Koty Geyer

4Erik JonesByron, MI
4Hudson HalderCumming, GA
4Tyler RycengaAllendale, MI
8Tony ElrodLecanto, FL
12Derek GriffithHudson, NH
12Brian BergakkerMiddleville, MI
14Chase PinsonneaultWindsor, ON
14Michael AtwellNaples, FL
18Chase BurdaLapeer, MI
18Keith HerpAlto, MI
20Austin HullBelmont, MI
20Gavan BoscheleMooresville, NC
20Kris WrightPittsburgh, PA
22Evan ShotkoCoopersville, MI
24Steve NeedlesStevensville, MI
24Dylan StovallWayland, MI
26Bubba PollardSenoia, GA
27Ken WobmaCoopersville, MI
28Scott ThomasByron Center, MI
32Chris ShannonLawton, MI
45Sean GipsonRockford, MI
47Brian CampbellWyoming MI
66Nate WaltonHudsonville, MI
71Carson HocevarPortage, MI
71Katie HettingerMooresville, NC
88Andrew ScheidGrand Rapids, MI
88Trever McCoyMiddleville, MI
90Derek KneelandNaples, FL
90Kyle CrumpBrighton, MI
92Levie JonesPuyallup, WA
101Joe BushHastings, MI
131Blake RoweOrtonville, MI
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