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Results, point standings after Truck Series race at Kansas Speedway

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Noah Gragson led 128 laps to score his second career Camping World Truck Series win Friday night at Kansas Speedway.

He beat Kyle Busch, Stewart Friesen, John Hunter Nemechek and Johnny Sauter.

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Sauter continues to lead the standings with a 35-point lead over Gragson.

The top five is completed by Grant Enfinger (-61 points), Brett Moffitt (-62) and Ben Rhodes (-62).

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Matt Crafton fastest in Camping World Truck practice at Kansas

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Matt Crafton posted the fastest lap in Friday’s lone practice session for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series at Kansas Speedway. Crafton had a lap of 177.626 mph.

He was followed by Myatt Snider (176.200 mph), Brett Moffitt (176.165), Kyle Busch (176.039) and Stewart Friesen (175.999).

Noah Gragson ran the most laps at 44. He was eighth on the speed chart at 175.251 mph. Ben Rhodes had the best average over 10 consecutive laps at 173.533 mph. Gragson was next at 171.792.

The opening Truck practice was canceled because of morning rain.

Truck qualifying is today at 5:05 p.m. ET. The race is at 8:30 p.m. ET.

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Truck Series practice report from Dover International Speedway

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Brett Moffitt was fastest in the final Camping World Truck Series practice session Thursday at Dover International Speedway.

Moffitt posted the top speed of 158.082 mph around the 1-mile track.

He was followed by Noah Gragson (156.767 mph), Johnny Sauter (155.353), Todd Gilliland (154.912) and Stewart Friesen (154.599).

Moffitt recorded the most laps in the session with 45 and also had the best 10-lap average at 151.557 mph.

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Practice No. 1

Stewart Friesen was fastest in the first practice session.

Friesen topped the chart with a speed of 155.797 mph.

He was followed by Johnny Sauter (153.407 mph), Myatt Snider (153.309), Todd Gilliland (153.231) and Dalton Sargeant (153.152).

Sargeant recorded the most laps in the session with 35.

The final Truck practice is set for 4:05 – 4:55 p.m. ET.

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Truck practice report at Atlanta

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Noah Gragson topped the field Friday in the final NASCAR Camping World Truck Series at Atlanta Motor Speedway.  Gragson had a lap of 178.775 mph.

After him was Ben Rhodes (177.499 mph), Justin Haley (176.848), Jesse Little (176.493) and Dalton Sargeant (176.364).

There were no incidents in the session.

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Practice 1

Justin Haley was the fastest in the first of two practices. He had a top lap of 178.029 mph.

Daytona winner Johnny Sauter was second with a lap of 177.040 mph. He was followed by Myatt Snider (177.040 mph), Stewart Friesen (176.995) and Noah Gragson (176.589).

There were no incidents in the session.

Final Truck practice will be from 4:05 – 4:50 p.m. ET.

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Stewart Friesen will compete full-time in Truck Series

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Halmar Friesen Racing intends to compete full-time in the Camping World Truck Series this season, the team announced Friday.

The team fields the No. 52 Chevrolet driven by Stewart Friesen.

Friesen started 19 of the series’ 23 races in 2017. It failed to qualify for two races and did not enter two others as it transitioned into a technical alliance with GMS Racing.

The team, which began competing in the Truck Series in 2016, will continue in the technical alliance that was announced last August. HFR was previously in an alliance with Tommy Baldwin Racing.

“I am excited to get back to work this season with the team,” Friesen said in a press released. “We are well prepared and have the people and equipment to give us the ability to win on any given weekend and contend for the championship. Trip and the crew are some of the hardest working, most dedicated people I’ve ever worked with. They gave me a successful rookie season and I’m confident 2018 will be even better.”

Friesen, a native of Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada, earned two top fives and five top 10s last season.

His top fives came at Eldora and the fall race at New Hampshire. He earned his first-career pole at Eldora and went on to finish second.

In the last seven races of the year, Friesen finished in the top seven four times.

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