MotoPod, The Motorcycle Roadracing Podcast, is an internet radio show dedicated to MotoGP and motorcycle racing news, interviews, commentary, opinion and rumour! Our primary focus is MotoGP, the premier class of the FIM World Championship Motorcycle Grand Prix Road Racing Series but we often have occasional sidetrips into the world of the FIM SBK World Superbike, Supersport and many other forms of two wheeled motorsport including Real Roads racing. Find out what’s going on in the sports that is the pinnacle of motorsports, Grand Prix Motorcycle Road Racing! New episodes every week.
It’s us! Harry and Dave are back together to bring MotoPod into 2017. Of course there’s more than just the return of MotoPod to talk about as some rather surprising TT news broke just hours before recording. Of course, the news is the return of Guy Martin, something no body saw coming! We also catch up on all the comings and goings in BSB with more and more seats filling up ahead of a juicy little season. Now, let’s all go look at some pretty MotoGP bikes get revealed and surprise no one with their liveries!
The brand new pairing of Skyler Vickroy and Harry Lloyd are back at it to keep talking Superbike rules. Skyler has been doing his homework so clears up a few questions we had floating around about the new WorldSBK grid. But then we go and raise even more questions as we chat about the new rules for the Stock 1000 class in BSB. The proof will be in the pudding as they say and both sets of rules have certainly peaked fans’ interests. To round things off we get a preview of Martin’s new adventure.
Harry Lloyd and Dave Neal come back from a brief Motorcycle Live induced break to talk all things BSB, WorldSBK and MotoGP. The NEC could have easily been mistaken for the BSB news hub as we had some rather significant signings announced. Harry and Dave also touch the WSBK/MotoGP test at Jerez where Rea threw the gauntlet down. But of course, the real top topic of the show are the new WorldSBK rules which were hot off the press when we recorded. Be sure to tune in next week for BSB Stock 1000 rules and a bit more reflection on the WorldSBK grid shuffling.