Gray Gaulding finished an eye-opening second at Talladega Superspeedway, which qualified him to race for $100,000 in Xfinity’s Dash4Cash program in the Allied Steel Buildings 200 at Dover.
There was just one problem Gaulding’s sponsorship for the race fell through.
It looked like he may not get the opportunity to chase the cash.
Now, according to NBC Sports’ Daniel McFadin Gaulding has secured primary sponsorship from World Wide Safety Consulting as well as support from Mane N Tail Shampoo and Panini Trading Cards.
This is great news all around. It’ll be fun to see the SS Green Light Racing team have a shot at grabbing the big check.