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Dash 4 Cash program returns to NASCAR Xfinity Series

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The popular Dash 4 Cash returns to the NASCAR Xfinity Series in 2018 with full-time series drivers competing for a $100,000 top prize at each of the program’s four events.


In addition to the Bristol Motor Speedway, Richmond Raceway and Dover International Speedway races, Dash 4 Cash will also be available and in play for the first time at the always-exciting Talladega Superspeedway.


The top four finishing full-time drivers in this Saturday’s “My Bariatrics Solutions 300” (April 7, 3 p.m. ET on FOX, PRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) at Texas Motor Speedway will qualify for the first round of the Dash 4 Cash at Bristol next week. The highest finisher of the four at “The Last Great Colosseum” will earn the big $100,000 check.

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The Dash 4 Cash winner at Bristol and the top three full-time NASCAR Xfinity Series drivers at the end of the Bristol race, for a total of four contenders, will go on to race for the money at Richmond Raceway the following week. This format will continue for the duration of the four-race program.


Last year, Justin Allgaier won two of the $100,000 bonuses while Daniel Hemric and William Byron each collected $100,000 checks in the incentive program.


And for the first time, Comcast will donate bonus money in honor of each Dash 4 Cash weekly winner to support the local community at the four race venues participating in the program. In addition to the $100,000 prize money for the Dash 4 Cash winner, Comcast will donate a total of $40,000 to local organizations on behalf of the company’s Internet Essentials program. The program is the largest in the United States in connecting low-income households online – more than 4 million households have benefitted since 2011.