Richard Childress Racing Ropes in Myatt Snider for Full-Time Ride in 2021 NASCAR Xfinity Series Season


For the 2021 NASCAR Xfinity season, the Richard Childress Racing team will renew its partnership with TaxSlayer. Owing to this, the team will field Myatt Snider for the coming season. When Snider made his Xfinity debut, he raced for RCR for a handful of races in 2020. Otherwise, he saw out the rest of the year with Ryan Shane Sieg Racing.

We’re proud to be continuing our relationship with both Myatt Snider and TaxSlayer for the 2021 season,” said team founder Richard Childress. “TaxSlayer is a great tax and financial company, who prides themselves on being family-focused, much like RCR. We’re looking forward to showing our fans the benefits of using TaxSlayer, as we approach both the racing season and tax season. I know that Myatt will do a great job representing both TaxSlayer and RCR on and off the racetrack.”

Myatt Snider will be keen to prove himself in the NASCAR Xfinity series

The 25-year-old is a hugely talented racer and has recorded a handful of top-five and top-10 finishes in 2020. While he is grateful for the part-time gig this year, he is looking forward to racing full time in the Xfinity championship.

Myatt Snider was truly thankful to everyone for having faith in his abilities. Ahead of the 2021 season, he is confident that the RCR team and Chevrolet will help him succeed. He has already tasted success with the #2 car, so he is thrilled to compete with that number again.

HAMPTON, GA – FEBRUARY 24: Myatt Snider, driver of the #13 Ford, stands on the grid during qualifying for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Active Pest Control 200 at Atlanta Motor Speedway on February 24, 2018 in Hampton, Georgia. (Photo by Daniel Shirey/Getty Images)

Snider also made sure to thank his sponsor, TaxSlayer, for sticking with him for the 2021 season. He acknowledged that the 2020 season has been ‘crazy’. Despite that, he and the team were able to accomplish a lot of incredible feats together.

These feats include taking pole position at the Daytona International Speedway and contending for wins. All that said and done, Snider cannot wait for the 2021 campaign to get started.

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