Top 40 Asphalt Stories From RPW During The 2018 Season: #5 – #1

STORIES FROM 2018 – Now, with 2018 coming to a close, we decided to look back at the most talked about and shared stories of the season on the asphalt portion of Race Pro Weekly. So from here to New Years Day, we’re going to count down the top 40 stories you guys liked on our site. Here’s #5-#1.

#5: RPW Exclusive: Late Pit Stop Miscue May Have Cost Stewart Friesen His First NASCAR Truck Series Win
July 13, 2018

Column By: BOBBY CHALMERS / RPW – SPARTA, KY – It was a night that Stewart Friesen should be proud of.  He tied his career best finish in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, this time at Kentucky Speedway.  However, you’d never know it by the look in his eyes after the race.  Read More

#4: Mike Tidaback Remains Hospitalized In Critical Condition After Atlantic City TQ Accident
February 22, 2018

Story By: EARL KRAUSE / SAMMONS PRODUCTIONS – ATLANTIC CITY, NJ – Veteran TQ Midget driver Mike Tidaback remains in critical condition from a head injury, and related complications, received in a crash during the events at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City on January 26.  Read More

#3: Racer Mike Tidaback Transferred Closer To Home; Continues Recovery From Atlantic City Indoor TQ Accident
March 10, 2018

Story By: BOB MARLOW / SAMMONS PRODUCTIONS – TRENTON, NJ – Racer Mike Tidaback, critically injured in a crash during the Atlantic City Indoor Race in Boardwalk Hall on January 26, has been transferred from the AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center in Atlantic City, where he has been since the incident, to a specialized acute care facility in Toms River, New Jersey.  Read More

#2: RPW Exclusive: Stewart Friesen Found A Way To Shine Under ‘Neon Moon’ With Solid Vegas Truck Series Run
March 6, 2018

Column By: JOHN DOUGLAS / RPW – LAS VEGAS, NV – Stewart Friesen’s fifth place finish on Friday night in NASCAR’s Camping World Truck Series race at Las Vegas turned a few heads. Not so much for the finish itself but how he and his Halmar-Racing Team performed all night long. Read More

#1: It Was Almost A Career Night For Stewart Friesen In Kansas City; Finishes Third In NASCAR Truck Series Race
May 12, 2018

Column By: BOBBY CHALMERS / RPW – KANSAS CITY, KS – It was yet another great run on a Friday night for Stewart Friesen…except this one was running a NASCAR Truck against Kyle Busch Motorsports teammates in Kansas City instead of Brett Hearn and Kenny Tremont in Malta.  Read More

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