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Stewart Friesen to compete in Pinty’s Series dirt race at Ohsweken Speedway

Friesen will make his debut in NASCAR’s Canada-based series next year when it holds its first ever race at a dirt track on Aug. 18 at Ohsweken Speedway, which is 67 miles from his hometown of Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.
The release stated Friesen’s Truck Series crew chief, Trip Bruce, will work with him for the race.



https://nascar.nbcsports.com/2019/12/18/stewart-friesen-to-compete-in-pintys-series-dirt-race-at-ohsweken-speedway/
 

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https://m.nascar.com/news-media/2020/01/21/gander-trucks-2020-playoff-field-expansion/
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That means almost every full-time driver is gonna make the playoffs.
Its not bad.

Between ThorSport and GMS that is about eight trucks.

Niece has one, DGR-Crosley has two (FRR included), Halmar-Friesen, Hattori, McAnally will be competitive, NEMCO (If they get a full-time driver), and KBM with about three competitive trucks.

About 17 trucks will be gunning for 10 slots, that's not bad with the new entry teams included. Gives more of an opportunity for the new teams to get into the door.
 

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Eh more publicity for more teams.. maybe. It's like the other two series, guys that squeak into the last couple of spots usually don't get out of the first round, and sometimes it gets interesting when one of them does bat above their average.
 

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Love seeing all of this good news regarding potentially competitive entries into the Truck Series. Here for the last few years, it looked like the bottom was waiting to fall out, with few drivers outside of the playoffs running a full-time schedule. Even so, it's been an entertaining series, and more competitive trucks and drivers can only serve to make it even better!
 
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