The 2016 Short Track Draft presented by PFC Brakes ballot was completed by 37 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 and more.  The voters could select as few as 10 and as many as 51 drivers on […]

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  The 2016 Short Track Draft presented by PFC Brakes ballot was completed by 37 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 and more.  The voters could select as few as 10 and as many as 51 drivers […]

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  The 2016 Short Track Draft presented by PFC Brakes ballot was completed by 37 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 and more.  The voters could select as few as 10 and as many as 51 drivers […]

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  The 2016 Short Track Draft presented by PFC Brakes ballot was completed by 37 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 and more.  The voters could select as few as 10 and as many as 51 drivers […]

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  Each year, football fans throughout the world stay glued to their television screens waiting to see who will be the number-one pick in the NFL Draft.  The same can be said for the Speed51.com Short Track Draft presented by PFC Brakes.   In both drafts, there are some years in which the eventual number […]

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Just like the NFL and NCAA, the Speed51.com Short Track Draft presented by PFC Brakes has eligibility rules.  If a short track racer is eligible for the draft one year, that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re going to be eligible the next year.  If they turn 26 years old by May 1, if they lose their […]

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