2020 Short Track Draft Fourth Round Picks: 51-75

The 2020 Short Track Draft ballot was completed by over 50 short track insiders, including media members, team and driver development professionals, track and series promoters and officials, product and industry representatives, NASCAR National Series drivers, crew members, short track racing veterans and more.


The voters could select as few as 10 and as many as 51 drivers on their ballot, ranked in order that they would choose the drivers to compete for their driver development team in the top levels of the sport.


Speed51 used a scientific equation that factored in total number of votes, quality votes, first-place votes, top-five votes and top-10 votes in order to determine the top 100 picks in the 2020 Short Track Draft.


The top 10 picks were revealed on the fist-ever live selection show last Thursday.  The second-round results (picks 11-25) were revealed Friday.  Third-round selections (picks 26-50) were revealed Monday evening.


Now, it’s time to reveal the results from the fourth round (picks 51-75) of the 2020 Short Track Draft on Speed51.

Pick #51
Brooke Storer
Age: 21
Hometown: Zephryhillis, FL
Current Level: Sportsman
Twitter: @brookestorer9
Last Year’s Pick: Undrafted


Storer jumps into the Short Track Draft for the first time after spending 2019 as part of NASCAR’s Drive For Diversity program, racing Late Model Stocks in the Carolinas.  She has already won in 2020 with the Wheelman Sportsman Series and leads the points standings after two races.  She has also increased her social media presence in recent years.


Pick #52
Kaden Honeycutt
Age: 16
Hometown: Willow Park, TX
Current Level: ARCA / Dirt Modifieds
Twitter: @KadenWHoneycutt
Last Year’s Pick: 94th

Over the past two seasons, Honeycutt has scored feature IMCA Sport Dirt Modified wins at numerous venues throughout the Lone Star State.  He also scored two top-10 finishes in three ARCA Menards Series starts in 2019 and made his second appearance in the Snowball Derby.  Honeycutt has also made his mark in the virtual world where he scored a Rowdy Energy Super Select Series victory at Lucas Oil Raceway.


Pick #53
Jason McDougal
Age: 22
Hometown: Broken Arrow, OK
Current Level: Sprint Cars / Midgets
Twitter: @jasonmcdougal69
Last Year’s Pick: 68th

After jumping on to the USAC scene in 2018, “J-Mac” kicked it up a notch in 2019 with a USAC Sprint Car win and two USAC Midget wins, finishing eighth in points in both series.  McDougal also made his Chili Bowl A-Main debut back in January, finishing 15th.  He will head the SpeedLab Developmental Program for Kevin Swindell while picking up races as his schedule allows.


Pick #54
Logan Roberson
Age: 22
Hometown: Waynesboro, VA
Current Level: Dirt Late Models
Twitter: @ThuggNasty17
Last Year’s Pick: 79th


Logan Roberson won 12 Dirt Late Model races in 2019, including the $3,000-to-win Prelude to the FASTRAK World Championship at Virginia Motor Speedway.  In 2018, “Thugg Nasty” won the FASTRAK World Championship.  Now, he has set his sights on Super Late Model racing in the dirt world.


Pick #55
Cole Williams
Age: 24
Hometown: Borden, IN
Series: Late Models
Twitter: @colewilliams46
Last Year’s Pick: 59th


The Indiana driver picked up three wins in 2019, two coming at Lebanon I-44 Speedway and one coming at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway.  Williams is a proven champion, having won two titles at Nashville and one at Lebanon I-44.  He is also a three-time JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour winner, one of which came in the Inaugural Short Track U.S. Nationals at Bristol Motor Speedway.


Pick #56
Austin Nason
Age: 24
Hometown: Roscoe, IL
Current Level: Super Late Models
Twitter: @NasonMotorsport
Last Year’s Pick: Undrafted

Nason makes his Short Track Draft debut in 2020 after finishing runner-up in ARCA Midwest Tour points for the second year in a row. He has scored three wins with the series, with the biggest coming in last year’s Father’s Day 100 during racing’s return to the Milwaukee Mile. He has expanded his scope in the past couple years, having competed in the Snowball Derby, All American 400, and Rattler 250.


Pick #57
Anthony Sergi
Age: 24
Hometown: Geneva, FL
Current Level: Super Late Models
Twitter: @AnthonySergi20
Last Year’s Pick: 77th

Sergi scored a top-five finish when the ARCA Menards Series East went to New Smyrna Speedway in 2019.  He also finished fifth in the Super Late Model portion of the 2019 U.S. Short Track Nationals at Bristol Motor Speedway (TN).  Sergi got an early win in 2020 at the Ice Crushed at Showtime Speedway (FL).


Pick #58
Trevor Huddleston
Age: 23
Hometown: Agoura Hills, CA
Series: ARCA West / Late Models
Twitter: @TrevorHudd50
Last Year’s Pick: 46th

Huddleston fell in this year’s Short Track Draft even after a career year in the ARCA Menards Series West.  He won two races at Irwindale Speedway and at Evergreen Speedway before finishing fourth in points.  He returns to ARCA West in 2020 with Sunrise Ford as one of the favorites to win the series title.


Pick #59
Mason Diaz
Age: 19
Hometown: Manassas, VA
Series: ARCA East
Twitter: @MasonDiazRacing
Last Year’s Pick: Undrafted


Mason Diaz makes his first appearance in the Short Track Draft as he heads into a full-season campaign with Venturini Motorsports in ARCA Menards Series East.  Diaz scored a fourth-place finish at Bristol with the series in 2019, and also holds a win in the 100-lap Pro Late Model event during the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing in 2018.


Pick #60
Daniel Dye
Age: 16
Hometown: DeLand, FL
Current Level: Late Models / ARCA East
Twitter: @DanielDye43
Last Year’s Pick: Undrafted

Daniel Dye won the Pro Late Model track championship at New Smyrna Speedway in 2019, with a win, five top-fives and seven top-10s during the 12-race season.  Dye also finished fifth in the CRA SpeedFest 200 at Crisp Motorsports Park (GA) to start the 2020 season


Pick #61
Caden Kvapil
Age: 13
Hometown: Mooresville, NC
Current Level: Outlaw Karts
Twitter: @CadenKvapil
Last Year’s Pick: 57th



The younger brother of Carson Kvapil and son of former NASCAR Cup Series racer Travis Kvapil made history in 2019 when he became the first racer to win in all four Outlaw Kart classes at Millbridge Speedway during his career.


Pick #62
Jesse Colwell
Age: 21
Hometown: Red Bluff, CA
Current Level: Midgets
Twitter: @JesseColwell1
Last Year’s Pick: 76th



Colwell earned a Keith Kunz Motorsports ride for the 2019 Chili Bowl after winning the Keith Kunz Giveback Classic at Millbridge Speedway in 2018.  He made the most out of that opportunity, going full-time with KKM and winning the POWRi National Midget League championship and winning two races along the way.  He joins Flea Ruzic and Team Ripper for the 2020 Midget campaign.


Pick #63
Austin Beers
Age: 17
Hometown: Northampton, PA
Current Level: Tour-type Modifieds
Twitter: @AustinBeers_19
Last Year’s Pick: Undrafted


Beers was the 2019 Race of Champions Modified Series Rookie of the Year, scoring his best finish of the season in their biggest race, a fifth in the Race of Champions 250.  On the local level, he earned a track championship at Evergreen Speedway (PA).  He takes over the DeLange Racing No.45 that father Eric had wheeled for many years to take on the RoC Modified schedule for a second year.


Pick #64
Blake Hahn
Age: 25
Hometown: Sapulpa, OK
Current Level: Sprint Cars / Midgets
Twitter: @BHahn52
Last Year’s Pick: Undrafted



Hahn makes his Short Track Draft debut in his final year of eligibility after winning five races and finishing runner-up in ASCS National points in 2019.  He owns more golden drillers in the Tulsa Shootout than anyone else, with seven to his credit.  He earned his best Chili Bowl A-Main finish back in January when he finished eighth, and he made his 410 Sprint Car debut just a couple weeks ago at Park Jefferson International Speedway (SD).


Pick #65
Tommy Catalano
Age: 22
Hometown: Ontario, NY
Current Level: Tour-type Modifieds
Twitter: @tommycatalano54
Last Year’s Pick: 53rd


Catalano broke through in 2020 with his first career Tour-type Modified victory with the Race of Champions Asphalt Modified Series. He also showed improvement in his sophomore season on the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour with four top 10 finishes and his first career pole award at South Boston Speedway (VA).


Pick #66
Gracie Trotter
Age: 18
Hometown: Denver, NC
Current Level: ARCA West / Late Models
Twitter: @gracietrotter11
Last Year’s Pick: Undrafted


Trotter made the move to the ARCA Menards Series West in 2020 with Bill McAnally Racing and immediately impressed, finishing fourth in her series debut at The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.  She is also a NASCAR Drive For Diversity participant for the second year in a row, competing in select Late Model Stock races for Rev Racing throughout the Carolinas.


Pick #67
Dawson Fletcher
Age: 16
Hometown: Canton, GA
Series: Late Models
Twitter: @DawsonFletch71
Last Year’s Pick: 85th


Fletcher is the latest in a long line of young talent to come out of the Peach State.  He is a former New Smyrna Speedway Pro Late Model champion and has expanded his reach in both the Pro and Super Late Model.  He earned his career-best Super Late Model finish back in January when he finished third at CRA SpeedFest.


Pick #68
Craig Lutz
Age: 25
Hometown: Miller Place, NY
Current Level: Tour-type Modifieds
Twitter: @Craiglutz36
Last Year’s Pick: Undrafted

Lutz improved by one spot in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour championship standings in 2020, finishing fourth in what many consider the premier asphalt Modified tour in the country.  His biggest moment came near the end of the season when he shook the monkey off his back and won his first NWMT race during the Fall Final at Stafford Motor Speedway (CT).  Lutz began the 2020 season with a win and second-place finish in the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing at New Smyrna Speedway (FL).


Pick #69
Trent Ivey
Age: 25
Hometown: Union, SC
Current Level: Dirt Late Models
Twitter: @trentivey88
Last Year’s Pick: Undrafted

“The Lil’ Headknocker” earned his first career wins in Dirt Super Late Models, going to victory lane in the Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series and Schaeffer’s Oil Southern Nationals Series.


Pick #70
Connor Hall
Age: 23
Hometown: Hampton, VA
Series: ARCA / Late Model Stock Cars
Twitter: @ConnorHallWeb
Last Year’s Pick: Undrafted

Hall broke through in 2019 by winning the biggest event at his home track of Langley Speedway, the Hampton Heat 200.  He has two top-10 finishes in four career ARCA Menards Series East starts, and finished 2019 with a top-10 finish in the Myrtle Beach 400.


Pick #71
Bret Holmes
Age: 21
Hometown: Munford, AL
Series: ARCA
Twitter: @bretholmes_2
Last Year’s Pick: Undrafted

Holmes has been a model of consistency in the ARCA Menards Series in recent years, with 14 career top-fives and a third-place points result in 2019.  However, he still has yet to visit victory lane in ARCA competition.  He finished ninth in the ARCA season opener at Daytona International Speedway back in February.


Pick #72
Ryan Kuhn
Age: 19
Hometown: East Bridgewater, MA
Current Level: Late Models
Twitter: @RyanKuhnRacing
Last Year’s Pick: Undrafted

Kuhn is one of the rising stars in Northeast Late Model racing.  Coming off a third-place finish in the American-Canadian Tour (ACT) championship standings in 2019, Kuhn is planning to compete in more Super Late Model races in 2020.  In his second PASS Super Late Model start, Kuhn led the field to the green flag in the prestigious Oxford 250.  In just his third PASS Super Late Model start, he finished second in the season finale at Seekonk Speedway (MA).


Pick #73
Cole Moore
Age: 23
Hometown: Granite Bay, CA
Current Level: Late Models
Twitter: N/A
Last Year’s Pick: Undrafted

Moore had one of the most consistent seasons in Super Late Model competition we have seen in recent memory, finishing in the top-five seven times in nine SRL Southwest Tour races to be crowned the series champion despite not winning a race.  He also made his Snowball Derby debut last December, finishing 22nd for WAR Racing Development.


Pick #74
Bryan Narducci
Age: 19
Hometown: Colchester, CT
Series: Modifieds
Twitter: @FlyinBryan9871
Last Year’s Pick: Undrafted


Narducci has been a dominant force in the SK Light Modified division in his home state of Connecticut the past two season.  In 2019, he won 15 of 30 races he entered on the way to his second consecutive NASCAR Whelen All-American Series championship.  When the 2020 season begins, he’ll be looking to take the next step of his career by advancing to the premier SK Modified division.


Pick #75
Luke Fenhaus
Age: 16
Hometown: Wausau, WI
Current Level: Late Models
Twitter: @luke_fenhaus
Last Year’s Pick: 97th

Another rising star from the state of Wisconsin, Fenhaus was crowned the 2018 State Park Speedway track champion as a 14-year-old.  He expanded his racing schedule to cover the entire Badger State in 2019, scoring seven top-fives throughout the season.  He was also a Kulwicki Driver Development Program finalist one year ago, and is one of the semifinalists once again in 2020.


– Text by Speed51 Staff

2020 Short Track Draft Fourth Round Picks: 51-75