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Bad Luck Plagues Decker at 51st Annual Governor’s Cup

Natalie Decker’s 2016 race season didn’t come to a close the way she hoped.  Making her second straight trip to New Smyrna Speedway (FL) for the 51st Annual Governor’s Cup, bad luck plagued the Eagle River, WI driver and her Nason Motorsports team right from the get go.
“We hit a streak of bad luck starting on our road trip to the Governor’s Cup in Tennessee with our motorhome breaking down in the mountains,” Deckers said.  “My spotter, Kyle Wolosek, and I did manage to make it to the track in time by getting ourselves a rental car and making it in time for Friday’s practice.”

Decker Looks to Ride Late Season Success into Governor’s Cup

After a strong second-place run at Dells Raceway Park (WI) a few weeks ago, Natalie Decker decided her 2016 race season wasn’t finished just yet.  The Eagle River, WI driver has teamed up with Nason Motorsports and will travel south to run the 51st Annual Florida Governor’s Cup 200 at New Smyrna Speedway (FL).

 
“After the successful race finish at the Falloween 150, Fred Nason mentioned Governors Cup as a possibility for me to race once again with their team,” Decker said.  “The next step was to raise the funds and I had amazing support come through from fans to make it happen. The Nason Motorsports 04 hood will be sporting their names.”

Decker Records Strong Second-Place Finish in Falloween 150

Natalie Decker got back to her successful ways Sunday at Dells Raceway Park (WI), earning a runner-up finish in the Falloween 150.

 

After a disappointing weekend at Octoberfest, the Eagle River, WI driver worked with her Nason Motorsports team to get the Super Late Model dialed in for the 150-lap event and the final race in Wisconsin for 2016.

Decker & Nason Motorsports Never Give Up at Oktoberfest

Natalie Decker’s Octoberfest weekend at La Crosse Speedway did not go as the 19-year-old driver hoped.  The Eagle River, WI driver brought home a top-10 finish in the Stubby Feature Friday night and failed to qualify for the Oktoberfest 200 on Sunday.

 
“Oktoberfest was not what we had hoped for in the final results, but the upside of the weekend was that the new Nason Motorsports Super Late Model was where it needed to be on the last day in the last chance race for the ARCA Midwest Tour,” Decker said.  “Nason Motorsports built a brand new car with a Pathfinder chassis for Oktoberfest and they showed up with a beautiful car for me to drive.  We struggled to find the right set up all weekend but Nason Motorsports crew, along with Brian Back, Kyle Wolosek and Mike Beyer, never gave up and conquered the struggle on the last day with having the fastest car out on the track for the last chance race.”