Myatt Snider said that he’s ready to move forward and let his on track skills do the talking for him. Noah Gragson is still dealing with on track run ins. Nearly two weeks after the fist-bump heard around the world between the two, the rift between them isn’t done.
“No update, just going to keep racing,” Snider told NASCAR.com Friday in Phoenix. “Despite everything that happened, I still finished ahead of him last week (at Auto Club Speedway) so, karma I guess.
“I try and operate as independently as I can from everything and not think about any of that sort of stuff. I just race people how they race me.”
This whole thing was sparked when the two were racing each other at the end of the rain delayed NASCAR Xfinity Series race two Sunday’s ago in Vegas. Gragson, dumped Snider on track which led to a pit road discussion after the race between the two.
Gragson, a Las Vegas native, gave his side of the story and Snider didn’t buy it. Gragson, tried to fist bump Snider and the son of the NBC Sports report Marty Snider just walked off.
After a run in on track last weekend between he and Ross Chastain in Fontana, Gragson was called to the NASCAR hauler during NXS practice on Friday according to FOX Sports.
“We’ll just figure it out (on the race track),” Snider continued. “If we’re going to take it further, then so be it.”