NASCAR Xfinity Series driver Myatt Snider will bring a special, but hot No. 93 Camaro this weekend to the track at Kansas Speedway.
The traditional black, red, yellow and orange design of Louisiana Hot Sauce will be replaced with a pink design to raise awareness for Breast Cancer.
Snider said in a tweet that the scheme is honoring two breast cancer survivors within his family, as well as his grandmother.
Load day. New look for Saturday!
Blessed to honor the two breast cancer survivors in my family, along with my grandmother 🙏 👼 pic.twitter.com/PvZrXynmwe
— 𝘔𝘺𝘢𝘵𝘵 𝘚𝘯𝘪𝘥𝘦𝘳 (@MyattSnider) October 15, 2020
The scheme, both the pink and the original No. 93 Louisiana Hot Sauce design, are created by Ryan Daley. The North Carolina based designer has been responsible for quite a few schemes for Ryan Sieg Racing.
“This paint scheme is running not only in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month but will also be carrying the names of two survivors in Myatt’s family as well as his grandmother,” Daley told TobyChrisite.com. ” Many of the pink cars run earlier in the month or at Charlotte, so it’s cool to be running a pink car somewhere different! We kept the design the same as his standard LHS car, just made all the flames pink which really looks great with the black.”
The Charlotte, North Carolina driver has been competing in every Xfinity Series race this season, while splitting his time between the RCR No. 21 Camaro with Anthony Alfredo, and the No. 93 for Ryan Sieg Racing.
In his first full-time season in the series, Snider has brought home two top-5 finishes, six top-10 finishes, as well as his first career pole in the series.
The last time Snider visited Kansas Speedway, he brought the No. 93 home in the 22nd position.
He’ll look to gather another solid finish this weekend for the Kansas Lottery 300 on Saturday October 17th at 7:00 PM EST on NBCSN, NBC Sports App, and the Motor Racing Network.