‘Challenge approved.’ That’s what Chase Elliott tweeted when he exposed that he would certainly having a go at the $100,000 bounty put on Kyle Busch.
The bounty, a mix of $50,000 advanced from Kevin Harvick as well as one more $50,000 from Gander Motor Home as well as Outdoors Chief Executive Officer Marcus Lemonis, testing any type of full time Cup vehicle driver that can beat Busch in among his 4 staying Truck races this year.
The ruling Cup Series champ has actually won the last 7 Truck Series occasions he’s gone into going back to July, 2018.
Elliott has 12 Truck begins, winning two times. He will certainly contend in the 3rd race of the period at his house track Atlanta Motor Speedway (March 14). Elliott will certainly pilot theNo 24 GMS Racing Chevrolet Silverado with support from Hooters.
If no vehicle driver dominates, the $100,000 will certainly go to the Busch household’s Bundle of Joy Fund.