For the 2022 Xfinity Series Season, Myatt Snider will join a new team.
Another NASCAR driver has announced his plans for the upcoming season in 2022. During Jordan Anderson Racing’s second season, Myatt Snider will join the team and drive a full-time entry in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.
The story was initially reported by TobyChristie.com on Tuesday, November 2, citing an anonymous source. Snider will run full-time in the No. 31 Chevrolet Camaro, with continued backing from TaxSlayer, according to team owner Jordan Anderson.
@MyattSnider, welcome to the team!
As we continue on this journey together, I’m grateful that Myatt, @TaxSlayer, and all of our other partners see the genuine potential for our team’s future growth and development. pic.twitter.com/HidRLLrreV
November 3, 2021 — Jordan Anderson (@j66anderson)
According to NBC Sports, Snider said in a press release, “I’m so happy to join Jordan and everyone on the No. 31 team for the 2022 NASCAR Xfinity Series season.” “Jordan has built this team with a lot of success in a short amount of time. After sitting down with him, I was quite impressed with his vision for the team as a whole. When you factor in Jordan’s collaboration with John Bommarito, you have all the elements in place to create something great in the future. I’m honored to be a part of this group, and the timing is ideal.”
Snider will leave Richard Childress Racing at the end of the 2021 season, but he will remain a member of the partnership. On October 9, the group published a press release confirming that Snider will continue to be a part of the RCR/GM driver development program.
Additionally, during a sponsor introduction event for Sheldon Creed, owner Richard Childress stated that the team was attempting to assist the driver in obtaining a ride through an affiliate program. Jordan Anderson Racing employs RCR stock cars with ECR engines, so this signing accomplishes this purpose.
On November 2, Snider teased the announcement.
My lads, lassies, and la(xphoto )’s wish you a happy Tuesday.
November 2, 2021 — Myatt Snider (@MyattSnider)
Snider created some suspense of his own before the first rumor and subsequent statement. On his Twitter account, he shared a video… Nokia News – Quick Recap