Antonio Garcia tested positive for COVID-19 during the Rolex 24 at Daytona and was pulled from the winning Corvette Racing with seven hours remaining. General Motors announced the Spaniard had tested positive after the race concluded Sunday at Daytona International Speedway. GM pulled Garcia after his final stint Sunday morning. He had driven nearly eight hours before GM learned he had tested positive. Jordan Taylor and Nicky Catsburg finished the race to score the GT Le Mans class victory. IMSA is owned by NASCAR and neither series tests its competitors for COVID-19. Four drivers tested positive during Rolex activities.