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NASCAR Announces Return of Dash 4 Cash, Triple Truck Challenge Programs for 2024

On Tuesday, NASCAR announced the return of the Dash4Cash and Triple Truck Challenge programs for the NASCAR Xfinity Series and NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, respectively. Photo Credit: Craig White, Racing America

On Tuesday, during the sanctioning body’s annual pre-season competition briefing, NASCAR confirmed the continuation of two long-running incentive programs for the Xfinity and Truck Series.

In the NASCAR Xfinity Series, the Dash 4 Cash program, which represents four opportunities for eligible Xfinity Series regulars to collect an additional $100,000 at each race, will return for a 16th consecutive season in April.

The 250-lap contest at Richmond Raceway (March 30) will serve as the qualifier for the first of four Dash4Cash events, with the top four series regulars earning a shot at the $100,000 bonus.

Of those eligible, the highest finisher at Martinsville Speedway (April 6) will claim the $100,000 bonus and automatically become eligible for the next Dash 4 Cash event at Texas Motor Speedway (April 13). Talladega Superspeedway (April 20) and Dover Motor Speedway (April 27) will complete the second half of the incentive program’s schedule.

Texas Motor Speedway will return to the Dash 4 Cash schedule for the first time since the program’s second season in 2010. Meanwhile, Talladega, Martinsville, and Dover were all part of the rotation in 2023.

In 2023, Cole Custer, the eventual NASCAR Xfinity Series champion, managed to score a $200,000 bonus with triumphs at Talladega and Dover, while Justin Allgaier (Richmond) and John Hunter Nemechek (Martinsville) each took home $100,000.

Additionally, NASCAR also unveiled the three-race schedule for the Triple Truck Challenge program this season, which remains unchanged from 2023.

The incentive program, created in 2019, provides NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series regulars the opportunity to compete for additional monetary incentives, similar to that of the Dash 4 Cash program.

Charlotte Motor Speedway (May 24) will mark the first race of the program in 2024, where the winner of the race – if eligible — will receive a $50,000 bonus.

Should that same driver proceed to win the series’ next event at World Wide Technology Raceway (June 1), then they would be awarded a $150,000 bonus.

Then, should that driver become the first person since Kyle Busch in 2019 to win three consecutive NASCAR Truck Series events, by scoring a victory at Nashville Superspeedway (June 28), they will receive a $500,000 bonus.

Last season, Ben Rhodes, Grant Enfinger, and Carson Hocevar each picked up victories in the Triple Truck Challenge, which netted ThorSport Racing, GMS Racing, and Niece Motorsports an additional bonus of $50,000.

Only Sheldon Creed has captured two victories in a single season of the Triple Truck Challenge before, doing so in 2020 with victories at Daytona’s Road Course and WWT Raceway.

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