Every year the NASCAR Xfinity Series runs a small series within the main races called the Dash 4 Cash where 4 drivers compete and the highest finisher out of the 4 drivers wins $100,000 that they can choose to keep all for themselves, or spread throughout the team.
One driver you can always find in the front of the Dash 4 Cash field is the #9 car of Noah Gragson. Gragson has swept the Dash 4 Cash races so far this year but not without controversy. This weekend at Darlington Gragson won the Dash yet again, but in the post race it came out that Gragsons car did not pass the inspection and therefore took his money and put him all the way back in 40th place. Over the weekend his team, Jr. Motorsports appealed the failure and won the money and their spot in the race back.
With the final Dash 4 Cash race taking place this weekend at Dover, Gragson has a chance to sweep the series against Justin Allgaier, Josh Berry and Erik Jones. This is one of the best Dash 4 Cash fields we have seen all year and is probably going to add to an already dramatic racetrack that will add to the excitement.