Myatt Snider will compete for Jordan Anderson Racing full time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series in 2022, the team announced Nov. 3.
Snider will drive the team’s No. 31.
TaxSlayer will sponsor the effort.
“I’m so excited to join Jordan and everyone on the No. 31 team for the 2022 NASCAR Xfinity Series season,” Snider said in a team release. “Jordan has had a lot of success in a short amount of time building this team. In sitting down with him, I really liked the vision of where he wants to take the team as a whole. You add in Jordan’s partnership with John Bommarito, and all the pieces are here to build something special for the future. I’m proud to call myself a part of this team, it feels like perfect timing.”
“Our entire organization is incredibly proud to be partnering with Myatt and TaxSlayer for the 2022 season,” team owner Jordan Anderson added. “The internal compass and values that were behind starting this team in 2018 align with the like-mindedness of everyone involved and I’m confident that will guide us to on-and-off track success as we all work together towards excellence. I’m grateful that Myatt, TaxSlayer, and all our other partners see the real potential for future growth and development of our team as we continue on this journey together.”
With one race left in the 2021 Xfinity season, Snider sits ninth in the standings and was able to notch his first series win earlier this year at Homestead-Miami Speedway. He’s driven the No. 2 for Richard Childress Racing in 2021; JAR is entering into a technical alliance with RCR next year.
JAR sits 25th in the series’ owner standings after seeing multiple drivers behind the wheel of the No. 31 Chevrolet, despite missing much of the first third of the season due to being excluded from the field due to its points position as a new team.
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