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Stewart Friesen having a busy season in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and the Big Block Modifieds

WEST LEBANON, NY (WWLP) – Stewart Friesen has had a busy 2021 season racing in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series along with the Big Block Modifieds. Friesen was busy on Labor Day weekend as he began racing last Thursday at Orange County Fair Speedway in Middletown, NY. After that race on Thursday, he headed to Utica-Rome Speedway and won the 30 lap Big Block Modified feature on Friday.

Friesen raced in the MR. DIRT Track USA 101 Super DIRTcar Series event at Lebanon Valley Speedway and finished in third in the event. He raced in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series at Darlington Raceway in South Carolina on Sunday afternoon where he finished in third. On Sunday he headed back to Utica-Rome Speedway to race in a 100 lap Big Block Modified event on Sunday night but the event was moved to Monday due to weather. He won the 100 lap race at Utica Rome on Monday night along with the Thunder on Thruway Championship.

On Saturday at Lebanon Valley Speedway, Friesen talked to 22News about the busy weekend he had but also how much tons of fun he’s having.

“It’s been a pretty crazy summer. Fortunate to have a great partner like Halmar International behind it to let us race all different stuff. Its a big game season now. You know big races. A lot of stuff going on,” Friesen said.

We’ve seen many different NASCAR drivers go back to grassroots racing. We’ve seen Ryan Preece run the modifieds many times this season. Friesen told 22News that it’s big for NASCAR drivers to support grassroots racing.

“It helps me with my skillset. I am a dirt modified guy. It’s where I make apart of my living. I need to run these races to put food on the table. It’s offset the truck schedule as well. It helps the more you race the better I feel I get better in shape,” Friesen said.

One big race Friesen is looking forward to is the NAPA Auto Parts Super Dirt Week up at Oswego Speedway that will take place in October along with the Speed Showcase 200 at Port Royal Speedway and the Eastern States 200 at Orange County Fair Speedway.

The next race for the Super DIRTcar Series will be the Cavalcade Cup this weekend at Weedsport Speedway featuring a doubleheader on Saturday with a 60 lap race that will pay the winner $7,500 and on Sunday will be a 100 lap race will pay the winner $10,000.

The next race for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will be next Thursday at Bristol Motor Speedway.

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PORT ROYAL, PA – Stewart Friesen dominated the late stages of the Speed Showcase 200 to take home his first career victory at the Port Royal Speedway and a whopping $50,000 paycheck.

Alex Yankowski and Peter Britten lead the 39 car starting field to the green flag with Yankowski jumping out to the early lead.

By the races 8th circuit the leaders were already starting to make their way into lapped traffic, giving Peter Britten a chance to challenge the 84Y of Yankowski for the first time of the event.

While the leaders worked their way through lapped traffic, recently crowned American Racer Cup Champion Stewart Friesen was charging his way through the field after starting in the 16th position.  As the field completed the 15th lap, Friesen had made his way into the 7th position, past Thursday night’s feature winner Mike Mahaney.

With Yankowski stuck in heavy lapped traffic, the 21a of Britten and the 9s of Sheppard closed in on the race leader, with Britten briefly taking the lead after Yankowski gave up the top line on the speedway, but Yankowski was able to battle back to the lead.

As Yankowski and Britten battled for the lead, Matt Sheppard was biding his time on the bottom of the speedway, and drove by both drivers to take the lead on lap 20.

Sheppard had built up a 1 second lead by lap 23 when the first yellow flag of the race flew for the 31 of Ryan Riddle who slowed on the top of the speedway in turns 3 and 4.  When the pits opened, only 3 cars decided to come down pit road, Dominic Buffalino, Kyle Coffey and Sammy Martz.

As the field came back to green on lap 26 it was Matt Sheppard using the momentum on the top side of the speedway to maintain the lead, but Stewart Friesen took full advantage of the field being packed up as he moved himself into the 4th position past Michael Maresca, Billy Pauch Jr and Peter Britten.

The yellow flag flew once again on lap 29 for the 88c of Jared Umbenhauer who slowed on the bottom of turn 4.  Umbenhauer was able to continue but needed to go pitside to change a right front tire.

With the race restarted, it was Friesen again make moves and moving past the 26 of Ryan Godown along with the 7mm of Michael Maresca but the yellow flag quickly flew again for the 30 of Joseph Watson who spun in turn 3.

When the green flag flew Sheppard again jumped out to the lead followed by Yankowski, Friesen, Maresca, Godown and Pauch Jr.

As the race approached the ¼ mark the Behrents 3 piloted by Mat Williamson made his way into the top 10 after falling back to 17th in the early stages of the event.

Just as Friesen caught the 84Y of Yankowski for 2nd the yellow flag flew again, this time for Fonda Speedway Co-Champion Rocky Warner, who slowed to a stop in turn 1.

The race restarted on lap 50 and it again was Sheppard who jumped out to the lead, but behind the top 5, Mat Williamson was continuing his charge towards the front as he battled with Billy Pauch Jr for the 7th position.

On the 65th circuit Stewart Friesen turned up the pressure on the 9s of Matt Sheppard for the lead as the two battled side by side with Sheppard running the middle of the speedway and Friesen running the extreme bottom of the speedway as they approached lapped traffic.  With Friesen working the bottom, Sheppard was able to sue a lapped vehicle as a pick to give himself a little bit of breathing room as the leaders approached lap 75.

As the leaders approached heavy lapped traffic, Friesen made his move on the 9s of Sheppard, going three wide down the backstretch with a Joe Judge in the middle of himself and Sheppard to take the lead.  With the 44 machine clear of Sheppard he began to pull away from Sheppard as he fell into the clutches of Michael Maresca in the 7mm.

The yellow flag few again on lap 78 for the 44 machine of Anthony Perrego who slowed on the frontstretch and pulled off the speedway.

With the race getting close to the halfway break, many drivers chose to come down the hot pit lane in an attempt to cycle through to the front of the field.  Those drivers included Mike Mahaney, Brett Haas, Larry Wight, Ryan Watt, Mike Gular and more.

The green flag flew once again 18 laps from the halfway break and it was Friesen jumping out to the lead with Ryan Godown making his way to the 3rd spot past Maresca.

With just 7 laps remaining before the halfway break, the yellow flag flew once again for an incident involving the 55 of Brett Haas, the 10 of Ryan Susice and the 14W of Ryan Watt in turns 1 and 2.

The race resumed with just 4 laps remaining to the midway break and it was Friesen jumping out ot the lead with Sheppard and Maresca in tow.  Meanwhile further back in the top 10, Brandon Grosso was putting on a show using the extreme top of the speedway to move past the 96 of Billy Pauch Jr and into the 7th position.

At the break, your top 10 included Stewart Friesen, Matt Sheppard, Michael Maresca, Ryan Godown, Alex Yankowski, Mat Williamson, Brandon Grosso, Erick Rudolph, Billy Pauch Jr and Larry Wight.

With most of the front runners heading to the hot pit area, Larry Wight and Alan Johnson cycled to the front of the field on the restart with Rick Laubach, Matt Stangle and Mike Mahaney completing the top five.   The halfway leaders restarted 13th and 14th respectively.

On the restart it was Larry Wight getting a great jump bringing Rick Laubach and Matt Stangle past Alan Johnson.

With Larry Wight opening up over a 2 second advantage in just 6 laps, the yellow flag flew for Jimmy Horton whose 43 machine slowed in turns 1 and 2.

Stewart Friesen wasted very little time on the restart moving past the 2RJ or Ronnie Johnson and into the 4th position as the race approached lap 110.  Friesen, working the top side of the speedway continued to work his way back to the front and drove around the 14J of Alan Johnson as the field completed lap 113.

On lap 115 Friesen made his way past the 6 of Matt Stangle and began to set his sights on the 99L of Larry Wight, who had jumped out to over a 1 second lead.

20 laps into the second 100 the yellow flag flew again for a slowing Andy Bachetti who came to a stop on the backstretch.

With 123 to go the green flag flew again with Larry Wight jumping out to the lead.  Behind the leader it was Mike Mahaney making a big move on the restart past Alan Johnson and into the fourth position.

Just 3 laps into the green flag run Friesen made his move, entering low and sliding out to the boards in turns 1 and 2 to pass the 99L of Larry Wight.  Once in the lead Friesen quickly opened up a 2 second lead.

With Friesen dominating at the front all eyes turned to the 32 machine of Brandon Grosso who was putting on a show on the outside of the speedway making his way through the top 10  into the 6th position, challenging the 35 of Mike Mahaney.

The yellow flag flew once again on lap 131 for the 14J of Alan Johnson who came to a stop on the bottom of turn 3.  He was able to re-fire and make his way to the hot pit area after the yellow as displayed with the team going to work on the right rear of the car but Alan eventually climbed out of his machine, ending his Speed Showcase 200.

The race restarted with 66 laps remaining and it was Mike Mahaney mounting a charge on Larry Wight for the 2nd position, but behind him the 7mm of Michael Maresca was stalking the 35 machine on the top of the speedway.  Maresca was able to make his way by Mahaney using the top of turns 1 and 2 and the bottom of turns 3 and 4 to complete the pass on the 35 of Mahaney.

The yellow flag flew again on lap 139 when Dominick Buffalino got into the wall in turns 3 and 4, collecting the 43 of Jimmy Horton.

The field took the green flag with 58 laps remaining in the 200 lap affair and it was again Friesen who jumped out to a big lead just 3 laps into the green flag run.

Behind the leader some of the other cars who pitted at the break were starting to mount their charges through the field with Ryan Godown moving into the top 5, and both Alex Yankowski and Mat Williamson moving into the top 10 with just 50 laps remaining.

A yellow flag on lap 150 for Matt Sheppard who slowed on the frontstretch closed the field up once again an on the restart Michael Maresca was able to complete the pass on Larry Wight and set his sights on the 44 of Friesen, who had been dominating the event since taking the lead on lap 126.

With 37 laps remaining the yellow flag flew for the 99L whose right rear suspension broke after contact between himself and Matt Stangle on the backstretch while the two were racing for position.

On the restart Michael Maresca did not fire and pulled pitside giving 2nd place to Ryan Godown with Mat Williamson now into the top 4 with just 32 laps remaining.

Leaders entered lapped traffic with 20 laps remaining but by the time they reached lapped traffic the 44 of Friesen had built up a nearly 2.5 second lead on the 26 of Ryan Godown, Matt Stangle and Mat Williamson.

The yellow flag flew once again with 9 laps remaining as Jeff Strunk slowed and came to a stop at the top of turn 4.

When the green flag flew it was Friesen jumping out to the lead once again but a left front flat tire for the 3 of Mat Williamson caused  him to push up the race track in turns 3 and 4 which cost him a top five run.  Meanwhile, Matt Sheppard, who had pitted multiple times in the 2nd 100 laps made his way by Mike Mahaney and into the 4th position before the yellow flag flew again with 5 laps remaining for Ronnie Johnson who suffered a right rear flat tire on the 2RJ.

On the restart Sheppard continued his march to the front as he moved his way by the 26 of Ryan Godown and the 6 of Matt Stangle and into the 2nd position but the 44 of Stewart Friesen proved to be too tough for the rest of the field as he picked up the victory by 1.5 seconds over Matt Sheppard, Matt Stangle, Ryan Godown and Mike Gular.

Stewart Friesen was quick to call out his troubles at the Port Royal Speedway in Victory Lane.  “What a race team, this place has bit us so many times and we’ve been so close and had fast cars and had problems.  I just owe it all to my guys” said Friesen, who picked up his second $50,000 win of the season.  “It feels so good to get a win here.  The last time we were here in the spring it laid rubber and wasn’t much fun, but 200 laps pretty much ripping the fence is pretty badass, it was a lot of fun”

All eyes were on Matt Sheppard late in the race as he made a charge back into the top 10 after pitting multiple times in the second 100 laps, eventually winding up with a second place finish.  “We had a pretty good car in the first 100 that needed a few tweaks and I think everything we did at the halfway break was completely wrong so I pitted and told Randy that we needed to switch this thing back.”  Those changes proved pivotal as Sheppard was able to make his way back through the field.  “We made a pretty good charge up through the field there.  I finally cleared a couple guys and got into some open air and could tell I was really good.  I was kinda praying for a caution and we got one, but when I looked at the scoreboard and saw only 9 laps to go I thought it was a little late.“

Short Track Super Series Speed Showcase 200 (200 Laps):  STEWART FRIESEN, Matt Sheppard, Matt Stangle, Ryan Godown, Mike Gular, Mike Mahaney, Tim Fuller, Mat Williamson, Jack Lehner, Brandon Grosso, Jared Umbenhauer, Alex Yankowski, Rick Laubach, Larry Wight, Erick Rudolph, Ronnie Johnson, Billy Pauch Jr, Peter Britten, Jessica Friesen, Joseph Watson, Kyle Coffey, Sammy Martz, John Willman, Jeff Strunk (DNF), Joe Judge (DNF), Michael Maresca (DNF), Frank Cozze (DNF), Dominick Buffalino (DNF), Jimmy Horton (DNF), Alan Johnson (DNF), Andy Bachetti (DNF), Rusty Smith (DNF), Brett Haas (DNF), Ryan Susice (DNF), Ryan Watt (DNF), Anthony Perrego (DNF), Rocky Warner (DNF), Billy Decker (DNF), Ryan Riddle (DNF)

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Stewart Friesen

Canadian racing driver

Stewart J. Friesen (born July 25, 1983) is a Canadian professional dirt track and stock car racing driver. He competes full-time in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, driving the No. 52 Toyota Tundra for his own team, Halmar Friesen Racing, and part-time at local dirt tracks across New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and elsewhere in the United States, driving the No. 44 car for HFR. He also competes part-time in the NASCAR Cup Series, driving the No. 77 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE for Spire Motorsports.

Racing career[edit]

Early years[edit]

Friesen started racing early in life, his family owning Ransomville Speedway in Western New York.[1] After racing go-karts, Friesen raced big-blocks with widespread success in the Northeast United States, advancing to the 2010 World Finals at Charlotte Motor Speedway.[2] He was the 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015 Modified track champion at Fonda Speedway.[3]

He was one of the top competitors in the SuperDIRT Series in the mid-2010s, and he also has triumphed in the World of Outlaws sprint car series, winning over 230 career races as of the end of the 2017 season.[4] He has won the Syracuse 200 Modified race four times.[5] Friesen has run over 900 dirt races in his career.[6] Eventually, he met Chris Larsen, who gave Friesen his first NASCAR ride at Eldora Speedway, which was supposed to be a one-time deal. However, the partnership blossomed into a full-time ride.[7]

On occasion, Friesen runs NASCAR and dirt on the same day.[8] He maintains an active presence on New York dirt tracks such as Fonda Speedway and Utica-Rome.[9]


Breaking into NASCAR with the 2016 Aspen Dental Eldora Dirt Derby, Friesen put his No. 16 Halmar Racing truck into the twelfth starting spot on the grid by virtue of a second-place finish in his heat. However, contact with Caleb Holman ruined his night,[10] and Friesen's debut race resulted in a 28th-place finish. Running five more races in the season, Friesen recorded three top 20 finishes, the best being a 13th at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.[11]

On January 9, 2017, Friesen announced that he would run the full 2017 season in the Halmar Friesen Racing (HFR) No. 52 truck with Tommy Baldwin Jr. coming on as a team manager.[12][13] In June, following the first seven races of the season, HFR announced it would undergo a two-week hiatus before returning at Kentucky Speedway in July.[14] At Eldora, Friesen qualified on the pole position and remained in the place for the start of the feature after winning his heat race.[15] He led more than half the laps and claimed the victory in the second stage but lost the lead to Matt Crafton in the closing laps, finishing a career-best second.[16] About a month after Eldora run, the team took another two-race break while severing its relationship with Baldwin and making a new technical alliance with GMS Racing.[17] After returning to competition, Friesen scored four finishes of seventh or better in the season's last six races, climbing to fourteenth in the season-ending points tally.[18]

Friesen's 2019 truck at Homestead

For 2018, HFR continued the alliance with GMS, so much so that GMS driver Johnny Sauter referenced Friesen as a teammate. After advancing to the playoffs and a best finish of second on three occasions throughout the year, he finished seventh in the final points standings after being eliminated in the Round of 8.

Friesen remained at HFR in an alliance with GMS for the third straight year in 2019. He was also contacted by JR Motorsports to run a partial schedule in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, but nothing came of it.[19] At Kansas Speedway, Friesen led both practices, won both Stage One and Stage Two and led the most laps, but ran out of fuel with three laps to go due to a pit communication on the previous pit stop, in which the fuelman did not put enough fuel in the truck, handing the win to Ross Chastain and relegating Friesen to 15th, furthering a streak of near-misses for Friesen.[20] On August 1, 2019, Friesen won his first career NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series race at Eldora.[21] On November 8, Friesen achieved his second career victory and his first on a paved track by winning at Phoenix after passing Brandon Jones with four laps remaining.[22] As a result, Friesen qualified for the Championship 4 for the first time but ultimately finished 11th at Homestead and fourth in the final standings.

After missing the playoffs in 2020, Friesen later abandoned a full-time Truck schedule and skipped a race at Kansas Speedway in order to run the Short Track Super Series at Port Royal Speedway.[23] On the night of the Kansas truck event, Friesen finished second to Mat Williamson in a $53,000-to-win race at Port Royal.[24]

Friesen returned with his No. 52 team to the Truck Series full-time in 2021, and despite having a worse season and missing the playoffs in 2020, HFR remained with Toyota. Later in the year, Friesen would make his debut in the NASCAR Cup Series, driving the No. 77 for Spire Motorsports in the series' new dirt race at Bristol. Despite driving a Toyota in the Truck Series, Friesen drove for Spire, a Chevrolet team, in this one race.[25]

Personal life[edit]

Friesen grew up in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, and played hockey as a child. He attended the University of Windsor, attaining a degree in science.[26]

Friesen is married to Jessica Friesen (née Zemken).[27] The two have one son.[1] Friesen and his wife also run a t-shirt printing business (One-Zee Tees), which was originally a fallback plan in case racing did not work out.[26] They live in Sprakers, New York.[28] Like her husband, Jessica also is a dirt racing driver and she attempted to make her Truck Series debut in a second HFR truck, the No. 62, at the Bristol dirt race in 2021.[29] However, she failed to qualify after the qualifying heat races were canceled due to rain.[30]

Motorsports career results[edit]


(key) (Bold – Pole position awarded by qualifying time. Italics – Pole position earned by points standings or practice time. * – Most laps led. Small number below track name denotes finishing position.)

Cup Series[edit]

Camping World Truck Series[edit]

* Season still in progress
1 Ineligible for series points


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LaFargeville, NY — Stewart Friesen, from Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, wheeled his way to the front and picked up a healthy $7,500 for a night’s work. The #44 flashed across Can-Am Speedway’s start/finish line just ahead of Tim Fuller, who led the most laps. Lightning Larry Wight, from Phoenix, NY, brought the #99L home third.   Max […]

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NICHOLS, SC – Feb. 17, 2021 – He’s a Big-Block Modified star with the Super DIRTcar Series, a Truck Series regular in NASCAR, and now, a Late Model pilot with the Drydene Xtreme DIRTcar Series.   Stewart Friesen, of Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON, is set to make his Series debut in this weekend’s South Carolina doubleheader on Saturday, […]

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BARBERVILLE, FL — “Daddy, do we get an alligator?”   Yes, Parker Friesen, you do after your Dad, Stewart Friesen, held off a hard-charging Peter Britten to win the 30-lap DIRTcar Nationals Super DIRTcar Series opener Tuesday night at Volusia Speedway Park.   Britten, from Brisbane, Australia, in a brand new Ryder Racing-sponsored Bicknell chassis […]

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