Part-time NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Natalie Decker has tested positive for the COVID-19.
Because of the test, she will miss her National SGT class debut which was scheduled for this weekend at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta.
Decker runs full-time in Trans-Am’s West Coast Championship and part-time in the Truck Series.
It wouldn’t be 2020 with out ending my session like this ? pic.twitter.com/WC5GXf534U
— Natalie Decker (@NatalieRacing) November 18, 2020
Decker wrote in a social media post:
“In what seems to be the unfortunate theme of 2020, I can’t make my last race of the year with Ave Motorsports because I have tested positive for Covid.
“This has been a roller coaster with many setbacks, but nothing will break me! … I’m very sad and upset as I wanted to end the year on a high note. I’ll be missing this race, but the main focus is to get healthy! And I am doing everything I can to do so! Please all of you stay healthy and safe!”
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