Natalie Decker, in the Venturini Motorsports No. 25 Toyota, made her ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards debut at Toledo Speedway (May 21, 2017), finishing 11th, the last car on the lead lap. She also finished 10th at Pocono Raceway in only her second superspeedway start, a career-best mark on the speedways. The Eagle River, Wis. rookie also gave the locals something to cheer about when she finished a career-best seventh in her first road course start at Road America. She also has ARCA Racing Series finished of 12th at Kentucky Speedway, 13th at Elko Speedway and 27th at Pocono. She is already the highest finishing female driver in ARCA Midwest Tour late model history, finishing third at Norway, Michigan in 2016. She was also the ARCA Midwest Tour Rookie of the Year in 2013, finishing third in championship points that same year. Decker also won two super late model feature events at State Park Speedway and Golden Sands Speedway. Decker also won four karting championships when she was 10 and 11 years old before she moved up into a 4-cylinder modified stock car divisions as a 12-year-old. In 2011 she moved up to the Super Stock class and won the 2012 class championship at Marshfield Motor Speedway. In 2014, she won seven limited late model features and two super late model features. She was added to the Rev Racing team in 2015 as she was named to the NASCAR Drive for Diversity program. Decker also played ice hockey throughout her high-school days in Eagle River, Wis. Decker announced in the '17 season finale at Kansas Speedway that she would be competing in the full ARCA season in 2018 driving for Vennturini Motorsports Her crew chief is veteran Dave Leiner.
HometownEagle River, Wisconsin
After a career-best finish of 7th in her road course debt at Road America, Natalie Decker is chomping at the bit to get to Kansas Speedway for the ARCA second finale Oct. 20.
Hometown: Eagle River, WI
DOB: Jul 25, 1997