Photo courtesy of NASCAR Whelen Euro Series / Stephane Azemard

Date of Birth: 30 December 1994
Birth Place: Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
Team: Racing Engineering
Debut Season: 2019
Starts: 9
Wins: 0
Podiums: 2
Poles: 2
Fastest Laps: 2


Myatt Snider is certainly no stranger to the world of NASCAR, as his father Marty is a highly experienced pit reporter that currently works for NASCAR on NBC. Myatt made headlines when he won his very first ARCA race in 2016 at Toledo, which would eventually saw him make his Truck Series debut for AM Racing at the penultimate race of the 2016 season in Phoenix.

A part-time campaign for Kyle Busch Motorsports in the No. 51 team would follow before he made his full-time debut for ThorSport Racing in the No. 13 team for the 2018 season. Myatt would eventually win the Rookie of the Year honors as he finished the season as the highest placed non-Playoff driver in the standings with 3 Top 5 finishes and 8 Top 10 finishes in total.

Myatt was forced to downscale his Truck Series aspirations to a part-time campaign in 2019, although this would open up opportunities for him to race in other racing categories. In addition to making his sports car racing debut for Multimatic Motorsports in the Michelin Pilot Challenge at Sebring, Myatt will made his Euro Series debut as he will partner Ander Vilariño in the No. 48 Ford Performance / El Diario Vasco Ford Mustang in the Elite 2 class for this season.

Year-by-Year Statistics:

Season Class Car # Wins Podiums Top 5’s Top 10’s Points Pos.
2019 Elite 2 48 0 2 3 8 238 4th

2019 Race-by-Race Statistics:

Race Grid Pos Finish Pos Status Points
Valencia 1 1 24 Running (3)*1
Valencia 2 1 6 Running 31
Franciacorta 1 5 2 Running 35
Franciacorta 2 5 6 Running 31
Brands Hatch 1 9 10 Running 27
Brands Hatch 2 9 7 Running 30
Most 1 16 10 Running 27
Most 2 11 5 Running 32
Venray 3 2 Running 35

* Points in brackets are not counted in the championship because of the best 8 out of the first 9 races rule.
1 Snider received a 10 points penalty for causing an avoidable collision with Andre Castro

Previous Career Accomplishments:

  • 2018 – NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Rookie of the Year

Previous Career Accomplishments are courtesy of Driver Database.