If winning at Talladega Superspeedway, NASCAR‘s biggest and baddest race track, isn‘t enough, four drivers will have even more incentive — and 100,000 reasons — to claim their first triumph at the 2.66-mile track in the Ag-Pro 300 NASCAR Xfinity Series race on Saturday, April 24.

As a result of being the highest eligible finishers in last weekend‘s NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Martinsville Speedway, Josh Berry, who won the event for his first career triumph, along with Noah Gragson, Daniel Hemric and Brandon Jones, will now make the trek to Talladega with a shot at the Dash 4 Cash program, which awards a $100,000 bonus to the highest finishing Xfinity Series regular in select races. It will be a battle between two cars from the JR Motorsports camp verses two machines from Joe Gibbs Racing. The Dash 4 Cash program started at Martinsville before moving to Talladega, then Darlington and Dover.

Each of the quartet will be vying for not only the extra cash but their first triumph at the iconic venue. Who has the edge? Jones has the most experience in the Xfinity Series at the 33-degree venue with six starts. Here‘s a look at each:

The greatest race track in the world will host the Ag-Pro 300 for the NASCAR Xfinity Series as well as the General Tire 200 for the ARCA Menards Series on Saturday, April 24 before the weekend culminates with the GEICO 500 for the NASCAR Cup Series on Sunday, April 25.

The Saturday doubleheader starts with the General Tire 200 at 12:00 p.m. CT. The Ag-Pro 300 gets the green flag at 3:00 p.m. CDT. Sunday‘s anchor event, the GEICO 500, is scheduled for a 1:00 p.m. CDT start. Kids 12 and younger are admitted free (with a paying adult) to grandstands/towers on Saturday.

To learn more about attendance opportunities for the weekend, including camping options, the modified Talladega Garage Experience, along with the new GEICO Grounds Blue Drive-In Experience (Sunday only) located in the infield, visit www.talladegasuperspeedway.com.

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