Daytona Beach, FLA. (November 9, 2018) – On Friday ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards’ driver Natalie Decker took time out of her schedule to visit with the NASCAR Foundation to share her infectious cheer with young patients and medical staff at the Speediatrics Children’s unit at Halifax Health Medical Center in Daytona Beach, Florida.
Decker, who’s moonlighting competing in this weekend’s Trans-AM Series finale at Daytona International Speedway, relishes the opportunity to team with the NASCAR Foundation during her visit.
“Teaming up with the NASCAR Foundation for today’s visit to Speediatrics was an awesome experience,” says Decker. “I really enjoyed meeting the kids and seeing how much the parents enjoyed and appreciated us being there. I can’t wait to come back and visit again in February.”
The NASCAR Foundation believes every child should have a chance at a healthy life and deserves to get across the finish line. Through the Speediatrics Children’s Fund and Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award, the Foundation is making children’s health and medical needs its top priority.
Decker, who’s returning to Daytona for the first time since grabbing the pole position and finishing fifth-place in ARCA’s season opener with Venturini Motorsports, qualified 12th in AVE Motorsports’ No. 04 TA for Saturday’s Trans Am series event. This is her third series’ appearance overall and first on the famed 3.56-mile road course.