Spencer Davis Tests Positive for COVID-19, Withdraws from Michigan

NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series owner/driver Spencer Davis has tested positive for COVID-19, he announced Aug. 6.

Davis and his Spencer Davis Motorsports team, the No. 11, have withdrawn from tomorrow’s Truck Series race at Michigan International Speedway.

Davis becomes the third among the top three NASCAR series to test positive for coronavirus. Jimmie Johnson tested positive earlier but only missed the NASCAR Cup Series race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Part-time driver Brendan Gaughan also tested positive.

SDM is following protocol with NASCAR and will return to competition once Davis is medically cleared to compete.

The 21-year-old Davis has competed in nine of the 10 races thus far this season, only not attempting the season opener at Daytona International Speedway. He is currently 18th in the championship standings.

Overall, Davis has 38 starts in the Truck Series. He has three top 10 finishes with a career-best seventh in the 2017 season opener at Daytona.

Forty-one drivers were listed on the entry list for Michigan, one more than the maximum allowed for a race. David Ragan was the lone driver to be excluded due to his team’s owners’ points and the number of drivers competing. Despite Davis’ withdrawal, Ragan will not compete in the race.


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Mark Kristl joined Frontstretch at the beginning of the 2019 NASCAR season. He is the site's ARCA Menards Series editor. Kristl is also an Eagle Scout and a proud University of Dayton alum.

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