Answering the fans’ question, NASCAR driver Natalie Decker revealed how she got into her racing career.
2020 has been a great year for Decker, who competed in the Truck Series and finished 5th at Daytona, becoming the highest-finishing female driver in Truck Series history. She was scheduled to take part in the Pocono race but missed out on the race due to bile duct complications.
Decker took some time to answer fans’ questions. One of the questions was about how she began her racing career, to which she replied:
“I got started in racing through my dad [Chuck Decker] and his side of the family. My dad owned a racetrack, it was called the World Championship Snowmobile Derby. He recently sold it a couple of years ago.
“I grew up at that track. My mom told me – when she was pregnant with me, her exercise was walking around the perimeter of the property and walking around the track.”
Decker is slowly growing in stature in her NASCAR career. 2020 might just be the beginning for the driver to step further into the NASCAR world and climb up the ladder as the year progresses.
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