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Myatt Snider to compete on dirt with Louisiana Hot Sauce at Bristol Motor Speedway

Recent NASCAR Xfinity Series (NXS) winner Myatt Snider is the latest driver to enter the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) Pinty’s Race on Dirt at Bristol Motor Speedway. Snider will be racing the No. 33 Louisiana Hot Sauce/Superior Essex/TaxSlayer Chevrolet with Reaume Brothers Racing (RBR).

Bristol has proven to be one of Snider’s best tracks throughout his career, winning the Inaugural US Short Track Nationals at Thunder Valley in 2017 and finishing fifth in 2020 with Richard Childress Racing (RCR) in the NXS race. With three top-five finishes in his five career starts at Bristol, Snider looks forward to the opportunity to not only compete again in the NCWTS, but also partner with long-time supporter Original Louisiana Hot Sauce and Summit Hill Foods, this time on the dirt.

“It’s going to be fantastic to make my return to the Truck series on dirt at Bristol,” said Snider. “The Last Great Coliseum has been good to me, and the dirt makes it that much more alluring. The entry list is stacked, and that’s going to make the event that much better and more fun to compete in. I can’t wait to return with such a spicy ride on track with Louisiana Hot Sauce supporting us.”

“We have built our business at Summit Hill Foods for the last 80 years, over four generations of our family, so for us to partner with Myatt at a dirt race, which dates back to the very origins of NASCAR is a perfect combination,” noted Brad Olsen, Vice President of Marketing for Summit Hill Foods. “We’ve had a longstanding partnership with Myatt and his family, supporting him from the start of his career with our Original Louisiana Hot Sauce brand, we were so proud to see him in victory lane at Miami just a few weeks ago, so we couldn’t be more excited to partner with him for this unique event on dirt at Bristol next weekend.”

The field takes the green Saturday, March 27 at Bristol Motor Speedway, with coverage of the Pinty’s Truck Race on Dirt kicking off at 8 p.m. ET on FOX Sports 1 (FS1). Additional broadcast of the race is carried with the Motor Racing Network (MRN) and SiriusXM NASCAR Channel 90.

— Myatt Snider Racing —