Waters’ Sprint Car team, Chief Racing, confirmed the build of a second Maxim chassis for the upcoming season, allowing the squad to contest a greater number of speedway events this summer.
“Colin [McQuinn, Chief Racing owner] has made a huge commitment to this year’s program,” Waters said.
“We were hoping to join the Chariots of Thunder Series up in Darwin, until the latest COVID plague derailed those plans, which was a real shame.
“He’s stepped things up this year with a second chassis so we can set the cars up for both 360 and 410 competitions without having to continually change motors, which will save a heap of time and allow us to consider running at more events.
“The car I used last year has had a complete overhaul too, and I love the new look of them in their fluoro warpaint, I can’t wait to get back behind the wheel.
“Without doubt Supercars is my primary focus as we look to get this year’s final races done and dusted, but I’m sure another season of Sprint Car action will keep me sharp as a tack in readiness for 2022.
“The speedway fans really engaged with us last year, so we’re also looking to ramp that up a notch as well.”
Waters, who has won three Supercars races in 2021, is already a national speedway title winner.
In 2017, Waters took out the National Modified Sedan Title at Horsham in regional Victoria in a 400bhp Ford Falcon BA.