Top 40 Asphalt Stories From RPW During The 2018 Season: #10 – #6

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 #10-#6.

#10:Tyler Dippel To Make NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Debut At Eldora
July 13, 2018

Story By: DGR CROSLEY – MOORESVILLE, NC – DGR-Crosley announced today that Tyler Dippel will drive for them in the sixth annual Eldora Dirt Derby next week at Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio. Dippel will drive the No. 17 Hue Jackson Foundation / Caruso Logistics / D&A Concrete Toyota Tundra in his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) debut.  Read More

#9: Short Track Super Series Goes Pavement Racing September 30th At Bethel With ‘Fall Of 69’
September 17, 2018

Story By: HALMAR RACING – NANUET, NY – Directly following Charlotte Motor Speedway’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race on Friday, Stewart Friesen will head to the Bristol Motor Speedway for the Short Track US Nationals.  Read More

#8: Heffner, McLaughlin, Dippel Among Fresh Faces Entered In Eldora’s NASCAR Truck Event
July 18, 2018

Story By: NASCAR – ROSSBURG, OH – Each week we have several drivers that hit a specific track for the first time of their career – this week’s race is no different.  Read More

#7: RPW Exclusive: Friesen Sees Truck Series Win Slip Away; Plans To Head To Charlotte To Run Modified Saturday
November 3, 2018

Column By: TREVOR GAVIN / RPW – FORT WORTH, TX – Stewart Friesen suffered another heart-breaking loss Friday night in the Camping World Truck Series race at Texas with a speeding penalty that may have cost him the win. Read More

#6: Stewart Friesen Is Ready For A NASCAR Truck Series Win At Martinsville
March 21, 2018

Story By: JOHNNY ILLANOVSKY / HALMAR FRIESEN RACING – STATESVILLE, NC – With a top 5 and top 10 finish in his rear-view, Stewart Friesen looks to Martinsville for his first win in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.’  Read More