Patrick Emerling And Paul Arute On Episode 107 Of Unmuffled

On Episode 107 of Unmuffled we catch up with NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour championship runner-up Patrick Emerling to talk about his season and his big weekend coming up at Thompson Speedway. We also check in with Stafford Speedway’s Paul Arute to look back on the 2021 season at the historic half-mile.

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  1. Another good one. Love Emerling for the way he races and the way he expresses himself when he’s asked to provide his insights. Good news for next year as apparently the hauler from the Ed Harvey will see some pretty good miles put on it. Why or how this team does what they do coming from so far afield so often I do not know but am glad they do.
    Paul Arute not giving up much. Some questions answered but mostly not. What’s in store for 2022 can’t say. What big moves may be forthcoming schedule wise you’ll have to wait. Weekly racing however will be the focus and streaming will be a big part of the equation going forward. Having complete control over your own content turned out was the key in breaking away from NASCAR. My take away was no sense of elation after what looked like a banner season just doing their job and prepared to continue to grind it out next year.
    Couldn’t answer the question on SRX but I will. Almost no chance of that happening in 2022 since they have made a point too say their goal is to expose different short tracks going forward.
    Tony Stewart to Asher Fair Beyond the Flag
    “I would like, I told Ray in our post-season meetings, I would like to see six totally different tracks for next year,” he said. “I love the tracks that we went to this year, and it’s not because we didn’t like those, but I think it would be really cool to go each season and go to six new tracks that we didn’t run the previous season, or even a previous year before that.”

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