Kyle Weatherman
23-Year-Old Driver  
Mike Harmon Racing
2020 Fantasy Outlook
There was no outlook written for Kyle Weatherman in 2020. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Crew Chief Confirmed
XFINITY Series
January 11, 2021
Mike Harmon tells Dustin Albino of Jayski.com that Ed Jewett will return to Mike Harmon Racing in 2021 as the full-time crew chief for Weatherman.
ANALYSIS
Jewett led three different drivers to 10 Top-20 finishes last season, and he helped Weatherman score a career-best eighth-place finish at Kentucky Speedway. He will be reunited with Weatherman in 2021 for a full-season campaign. The young driver will look to take additional steps in his development in the upcoming season.
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2019 Fantasy Outlook
Weatherman made seven starts last season with StarCom Racing in the No. 99 Chevrolet. It was a time share among several drivers with Weatherman garnering the best efforts. He earned just one Top-30 finish, but was running at the end of all but one race. The team hasn't announced their plans for this season at the time of this writing, but it's assumed they'll return in another part-time capacity, with Weatherman playing a significant role. The 21-year-old driver has just nine-career starts at NASCAR's top level, so he has a lot more learning to do in 2019. His five seasons of racing in ARCA shows that Weatherman has some talent, but it still needs to be developed.