Matt Hirschman, Teddy Hodgdon, Looking Back On New Smyrna, The Daytona 500 And More On The Latest Unmuffled

On Episode 124 of Unmuffled we catch up with Matt Hirschman to talk about his dominating week at New Smyrna, his plans going forward for the 2022 season and more. We also talk with Teddy Hodgdon, who turned plenty of heads in the Tour Type Modified division last week at New Smyrna with a third place finish in the standings in his first trip to the track and first efforts in a Tour Type Modified. On our wildcard chatter segment we take an in depth look at the week’s action at New Smyrna, break down the good, the bad and the ugly from the Daytona 500 and check in on the rumor mill for this week.

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  1. It’s always about the car first. Blewett may have been consistent but it was the 7ny that was turning in incredibly consistent lap times with either Christopher or Blewett driving. Were it about the driver first Blewett would have been on the podium for the NWMT race in the 21.
    Just a terrific interview with Hirschman hitting every point of interest. Yes he’s gonna hold his cards close to his vest that’s the way he always is especially this time of year. The big one for me was the Sizzler and it couldn’t have gone better. Noticed that with that strategic brain of his he had all the incentives that made the event attractive for him right on the tip of his tongue. I rate him easily over 50% to make the show.
    Why is it important? Mainly because he’s the premier modified driver in the current era and in my view view it’s not even close. Plus his dad has history in the Sizzler. He deserves to be in the SRX race. The only way that’s happening is to win the Sizzler and the best odds for that to happen is in the Pee Dee car.

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