Michael Annett was awarded a spot in NASCAR’s Dash4Cash based on being one of the top four finishers in the last Dash4Cash race which occurred last weekend at Chicagoland Speedway. Annett was awarded a place in the program that pays $100,000 when it was announced that Kenny Wallace was a late entry and thus ineligible.
When NASCAR ruled that Elliott Sadler did not make a clean restart at the end of the first ever NASCAR Nationwide race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway the ensuing penalty made Annett the highest finishing contestant and thus the winner of $100,000.
The No. 43 Ford driven by Annett is sponsored by Pilot Travel Centers and carried the colors of M&M’s Snack mix as an associate sponsor at Indianapolis.
This is Annett’s first season with RPM. Last season Annett drove for Rusty Wallace Racing.
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