Snider, the ’ newcomer of the season in 2018, expected to be racing fulltime yet again for ThorSport Racing in 2019.

But , the last-minute return of veteran Johnny Sauter to the organization left Snider using a part-time ride and no firm commitment on the amount of races he’ll compete in this year in the No. 27 Ford.

I think we’ve got a Excellent chance that weekend… These will be the best practices I’ve had at Martinsville

“Running in continues to be my No. 1 priority,” Snider said Friday. You can’t just stop trying because of a bump on the highway.

“we ’re-trying to dig out and receive as many leads as we could, keep me keep me racing and hopefully I’ll have the ability to receive make to fulltime racing in 2020. It’s only part of it — you just take what you can get and do your very best with it.

The following opportunity

Martinsville should offer Snider by having an excellent chance to shine.

In his rookie season this past year, Snider was finished first at the spring and next at the fall race in Martinsville, for example leading seven rebounds. He also has experience on the course competing in Late Model stock cars.

On Friday, Snider was sixth-fastest in the two practice sessions.

“You are able to ’t squander any opportunities you get to do at your very best,” Snider, 2-4. “I’ve always looked forward to Martinsville, it’s one of my dwelling monitors and a few of my best monitors. Short track racing is exactly what I grew up doing.

“This place always provides such good racing in my opinion. To have the ability to run here and run a truck for ThorSport Racing, friends I’ve built an wonderful rapport with, is an awesome feeling.

“” I presume we’ve a really good chance this weekend. They certainly will be the most effective practices I’ve had Martinsville — p3 and p6 — and now that I believe I might have gotten out of this. To have such a great truck makes me quite eager for (the race).

Though he’s no definitive calendar at the moment due to his Truck schedule, that doesn’t mean Snider is emphasizing competition any less.

He plans to wait as many races as he can in 2013 with ThorSport — for example next weekend at . He has also returned a part-time student at UNC Charlotte and continues to work with getting his pilot’s license.

“To keep in addition to the and to keep on top of paths and the way they may have changed is very important.

While the 2019 season might well not be evolving because he hoped, Snider remains determined to take advantage of it.

“Definitely toward the end of this past year, ” I feel as though we were in championship style even though we weren’t a competition,” Snider stated. “Thus, should I keep to grow on a few of those matters this year which I may have lacked in 2018 then I definitely think we could contend for a tournament in 2020.


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