Despite being relatively new to Berlin’s calendar with the first running taking place in 2017, the Money in the Bank 150 has consistently attracted many of the best short track competitors from around the country while simultaneously bringing in stars from NASCAR’s top divisions like Kyle Busch, Stewart Friesen and others.
The influx of talent has barely impacted the stranglehold local Michigan drivers have had on the event. Battle Creek, Michigan, native Brian Campbell won the Money in the Bank 150 in 2018 and 2019, while current NASCAR Camping World Truck Series competitor Carson Hocevar, who is from Portage, Michigan, has been victorious in the last two runnings.
Another talented entry list featuring an even mix of track favorites and short track standouts has been assembled ahead of this year’s Money in the Bank 150 on Wednesday evening, with the winner receiving a paycheck of at least $10,000 at the end of the night.
Below is everything you need to know about the 2022 Money in the Bank at Berlin Raceway.
What TV channel is the Money in the Bank at Berlin Raceway on in 2022?
All feature racing action from the 2022 Money in the Bank at Berlin Raceway can be viewed live on FloRacing, the new streaming home of all NASCAR Roots properties.
The Money in the Bank at Berlin will not be shown on a television network.
Below is the complete schedule for Money in the Bank coverage on FloRacing.
|Date||Start time||How to watch|
|Thursday, June 9||6:30 p.m. ET||FloRacing|
Money in the Bank at Berlin schedule
This year’s Money in the Bank at Berlin was scheduled to run Wednesday, June 8. But rain in the area Wednesday pushed the event to Thursday, June 9.
Tuesday was a practice and tech day for drivers and teams. NASCAR Cup Series driver William Byron was fastest in practice.
Below is the complete race-day schedule for the 2022 Money in the Bank at Berlin Raceway.
(UPDATE: Wednesday’s race was postponed to Tuesday, June 9. Racing begins at 6:30 p.m. ET.)
- Wednesday, June 8
|9:30 a.m. ET||Pit pass window|
|10 a.m. ET||Gates open|
|Noon ET||Driver/spotter meeting|
|1 – 1:50 p.m. ET||Practice 1|
|2 – 2:50 p.m. ET||Practice 2|
|3:30 p.m. ET||Qualifying tech|
|5:30 p.m. ET||Qualifying (Single car, two laps)|
|6:30 p.m. ET||Racing begins (FloRacing)|
Entry list for 2022 Money in the Bank
The current entry list for the Money in the Bank 150 features more than 30 competitors.
Headlining the talented group of competitors is four-time NASCAR Cup Series winner William Byron, who has already enjoyed success behind the wheel of a Super Late Model this year with victories at Hickory Motor Speedway, New Smyrna Speedway and Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway.
Joining Byron on the entry list is fellow Cup Series competitor Erik Jones as well as 2020 Snowball Derby winner and current NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Ty Majeski. Other notable entries include Bubba Pollard, Kyle Busch Motorsports development driver Sammy Smith and Tyler Reddick’s spotter Derek Kneeland.
Below is the complete list of drivers entered for the Money in the Bank 150.
Money in the Bank purse payout
The total purse for the Money in the Bank 150 is $64,075.
Only 30 drivers will have an opportunity to race for the $10,000 paycheck that could potentially increase with lap sponsorships. The bottom 10 drivers in the final running order will each be awarded $1,200.
With plenty of money up for grabs, Wednesday’s Super Late Model feature is expected to be a battle as a diverse set of drivers look to visit Victory Lane and add to the Money in the Bank 150’s growing legacy.
Below is the complete purse distribution for the Money in the Bank 150 at Berlin Raceway.