CHARLOTTE, N.C. — NASCAR has decided it will not grant COVID-19 aid throughout the playoffs, this means a constructive coronavirus examination will stop a driver’s championship bid.
The playoffs start off Sunday at Darlington Raceway in South Carolina with no a protection net for the 16 individuals throughout the pandemic. It’s up to each individual driver to shield on their own from COVID-19, knowing there is no cushion for missing a race.
“I’m likely not likely to go to college or university and strike up a keg stand,” Clint Bowyer reported. “If you have COVID, you just cannot race.