A second IMSA driver has tested positive for COVID-19.
Taylor Hagler, who competes in the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge, will miss the Advent Health 120 at Sebring International Raceway.
“I’m sad to be missing the IMSA round at Sebring this weekend, especially after such a long break without racing,” Hagler said.
1/2 A L I T T L E L O N G E R – I was ready to get my gear back in after a long break, but unfortunately COVID-19 is changing even more of my plans. pic.twitter.com/1Z0zXEzmuC
— Taylor Hagler (@taylorhaglerms) July 15, 2020
“I’m focusing on recovering as quickly as possible. I am glad to hear that my fellow HPD GT3 Driver Academy teammate, Dakota will be filling in for me. I wish the best of luck to Ryan and Dakota and will be cheering them on from home.”
Dakota Dickerson will sub in for her in the No. 77 entry.
Earlier this month, Felipe Nasr missed the WeatherTech 240 at Daytona International Speedway after his positive coronavirus test.
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