Matt Buckler And Jacob Perry On The Latest Unmuffled

On Episode 134 of Unmuffled we check in with legendary short track racing announcer and journalist Matt Buckler, who lets us in on his road to recovery from a recent foot amputation and his hopes for being back at the track in 2023. We also catch up with reigning Modified Racing Series champion Jacob Perry to talk about his 2023 plans, including an upcoming ride he’ll be in at Daytona International Speedway. We also have some chatter and rumor fodder to check in on as we close in quickly on the end of the offseason.

Episode 134 of Unmuffled is presented by our Patreon marketing partners from New England Racing Fuel, Swanson Buick/GMCLifeCare Family Chiropractic, Mid-State Site Development, Monaco Ford, SAFCO Foam, Broad Brook Brewing Company, Tick Mike’s Organic Tick & Mosquito Spray, Mid-State Site Development, Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series, Compressed Air USA, Hoosier Tire EastMidState Compressor, Casagrande Builders, Falmouth Ready Mix, Wheelers Auto, Rent A Race Car New England, Sign Pro, North End Auto PartsMagna Steel Sales, JDV Productions, NASCAR, New Hampshire Motor SpeedwayRiverhead Raceway, Stafford Motor Speedway and Thompson Speedway.


  1. Fast Eddie says

    I knew Matt had medical issues but had no idea it was something like that. Hope his recovery goes well and we get to hear the “Bucklerisms” at the track once again!

  2. Seriously big guy. Opening with a political shot then moving on?
    Buckler and Dodge individually and together are synonomous with local short track racing are they not?
    Would it be nice to see them back announcing? The best fit would be Waterford for Buckler in some role. Regarding Stafford, they turned the page last year and it would be nice to see them stay the course. Fell under Dodge’s spell in 1980, now it’s time for younger fans to build loyalties to the new voices of racing they’ll be listening to for the years to come. Honoring tradition at the same time with cameo’s involving Dodge and/or Buckler to the extent they are up to the jobs demands.
    Both Dodge and Buckler, NEAR Hall of Famers are supplying their own carrots to reach for in the form of a return to the booth. Just a thought. Referring to the rehab “bust”, aka strong commitment. Best to stress carrots to the rehab “team” and keep the Stafford sausage grinder incentive a priviate goal. Those things are sinfully good but not exactly the first thing you think of when it comes to the proper rehab diet.
    What the heck magic does this kid Perry have it’s exhausting following his high level opportunities. Last year the Chile Bowl deal apparently a one and done. Now an ARCA test. The kid is magic. Good thing for the racers in these here parts he’s a new experience junky or he’d be dominating the local racing scene.

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