Myatt Snider's paint scheme will honor Ken Schrader's 1987 ride. (Jordan Anderson Racing Bommarito Autosport)

Myatt Snider To Honor Ken Schrader At Darlington

STATESVILLE, N.C. – Myatt Snider will pilot a throwback Ken Schrader paint scheme in the NASCAR Xfinity Series at Darlington (S.C) Raceway this weekend.
Snider’s No. 31 Capital City Towing Chevrolet Camaro SS will be a throwback to Ken Schrader’s Junie Donlavey-owned No. 90 that qualified on the pole for the TranSouth 500 at Darlington Raceway in 1987.   
“Throwback weekend at my home track of Darlington is one that we circle on the calendar every year,” Jordan Anderson Racing Bommarito Autosport President Jordan Anderson said. “It’s a great way to honor NASCAR’s past that has left a mark on the sport for where we are today.
“This year when selecting a paint scheme, I wanted to incorporate the State of South Carolina and the State of Missouri into something special. We have Joel Black’s Columbia (S.C.) based Capital City Towing as the primary on the car this weekend along with their traditional red, white, and black colors. The state of Missouri, the home of Bommarito Automotive Group, has produced some great NASCAR drivers over the years and one that we wanted to honor is Ken Schrader. With Schrader being from Fenton, Mo. just minutes from where the Bommarito family got their start, it was a simple decision to narrow it down to Schrader’s iconic No. 90 Red Barron scheme that qualified on the pole at Darlington and finished fifth in the Spring of 1987.”