MARNE, Mich. – Carson Hocevar corralled a $10,000 payday for winning Wednesday’s ARCA/CRA Super Series Money in the Bank 150 at Berlin Raceway.
Hocevar, who competes in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series for Niece Motorsports, dominated the 150-lap event. He led all but 17 laps and survived a late-race restart to outrun reigning World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing super late model champion Derek Griffith to earn the top prize.
The only time Hocevar lost the lead was on lap 11, when local competitor Eric White was able to overtake him. Hocevar got the lead back on lap 28 and led the rest of the way.
White settled for third behind Hocevar and Griffith. Nate Walton was fourth, followed by Blake Rowe in fifth.
In other action, Brian Bergakker won the companion 100-lap Reveal The Hammer Outlaw Super Late Model Series feature.
Carson Hocevar, Derek Griffith, Eric White, Nate Walton, Blake Rowe, Jesse Love, Tyler Roahrig, Steve Dorer, Tom Thomas, Stephen Nasse, Evan Shotko, Albert Francis, Kyle Crump, Lauren Bush Sokoloski, Kody Swanson, Jeff Vrsek, Terry Senneker, Trevor McCoy, Brian Tillema, Brian Campbell, Will Olmsted, Samantha Stuart, Kevin Cremonesi, Josh Bush.