Episode 468: Lacking Tyres and Deserved Champions


It's Harry Lloyd and Martin Darlington once again as they cover a super superbike episode with news and races from the WSBK paddock in Jerez to the first of the BSB Showdown rounds in the very British town of Assen. Silly season is starting to heat up in WSBK and in classic MotoPod style, Yamaha announced that they would be joining forces with Crescent running Lowes and Guintoli in 2016 after the show was finished recording! Tyre problems across the board in Jerez resulted in mixed race results while Assen and BSB did their best MotoGP weather impression. Please no more cheese jokes...

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Episode 467: Fortune Favours The Brave


Martin Darlington and Harry Lloyd wax lyrically about the San Marino GP where we saw the unthinkable, rain in Misano! It was certainly a dramatic race and could prove to be a championship decider. While most of the focus was on the MotoGP race there was of course action in all classes; Moto2 saw an impressive rookie take his brain out on two occasions. In Moto3 a young boy finally became a man and celebrated with a haircut worthy of his heroes. Moto2 silly season has also kicked off as mid-season-musical-chairs gets underway.

Also, Elias joined Forward just after we finished recording: http://www.motogp.com/en/news/2015/09/16/elias-joins-forward-yamaha-for-...

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Episode 466: To The Gladiators


Carmine Moscaritolo 00:56:50

Harry Lloyd and Dave Neal chat BSB, Hitting the Apex and of course, the Showdown system. It wasn't the most exciting week for news, but things are slowly bubbling along. With thens end of 2015 in sight, the BSB showdown has been decided and the triple-header set up nicely for the following rounds in what looks to be a hard-fought battle for first, and seventh. With fans around the world finally getting their hands on Hitting the Apex, Dave and Harry take the chance to give their views on the latest MotoGP movie.


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Episode 465: Lactose Intolerant


Danny Eslick 01:35:49
Jared Mees 01:43:05
Bryan Smith 01:45:29
Daniel Castillo 01:51:46

Martin Darlington and Harry Lloyd talk about an exciting weekend of racing from the British GP. There was action and drama in all three classes thanks to Mother Nature. A Moto3 race where almost no one even wanted to stay on the bike, but luckily the diehard British fans had something to cheer about. Moto2 saw wet tryes getting thrashed around on a drying track and MotoGP saw falls and fogged visors end the days for many. Once again Martin has gotten the excel sheet open and has some interesting insights for us.


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Episode 464: Ground Control, This is Brookes


PJ Jacobsen 00:37:50

Harry Lloyd and Dave Neal join up ahead of the British GP to talk about the most recent signings and rumors as Silly Season continues to putter along. The show has a very British flavour what with BSB, SIlverstone and a plethora of British riders announcing their 2016 plans. Luckily Jim Race helps keep the balance as he chats with WSS winner PJ Jacobsen. Be sure to check out 'Hitting The Apex' in cinemas and on DVD/BluRay when it hits screens early September.

Trunkman Article, Part 2 of 3: http://trunkman.co.uk/blog/doctored-motogps-obsession-with-valentino-ros...

Danny Kent Fan Song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s8mra2Ywb4A

Scott Jones does Cadwell: http://photo.gp/2015/08/25/the-mountain-at-cadwell-park/


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Episode 463: What the Fenati


Cameron Beaubier 01:57:47
Garrett Gerloff 02:03:57
Jake Gange 02:11:36
Josh Hayes 02:15:14

Martin Darlington and Dave Neal come together for a bit of a big one. The action at Brno might not have been as close as everyone was hoping, but the second half of the championship looks set to be a barn stormer. We also bring you the second half of Scott Bolton's MotoAmerica interviews and Phil Hall, Jules Cisek and Jim Race attend a 'gathering' and had a catch up and get a bit too excited about some Kawasakis.


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Episode 462: US of Marc


Giulio Nava 00:21:50
Pol Espargaro 00:33:40
JD Beach 00:44:07

Harry Lloyd and Martin Darlington sort of come together to talk about the IndyGP. There were three exciting races, including perhaps the oddest Moto3 race there has ever been. We had Scott Bolton on the ground who got the chance to not only chat with some riders, but also have a unique experience. He and Jim Race talking about the MotoAmerica race as well as Scott's weekend, four hosts for the price of one! The first of Scott's interviews are out this episode with the remainder coming next week.


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Episode 461: Waiting for the Inevitable


Jonathan Rea 00:22:08
Tom Sykes 00:38:56

Martin Darlington gets full creative control for an episode and takes MotoPod in a unique direction. A big thank you to Cameron of Life of Caesar for playing along and helping Martin achieve his mad dreams. There's more than just British bashing as the subject does eventually turn to motorcycle racing including interviews with the factory Kawasaki WSBK riders.


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Episode 460: Bright Futures and Dark Returns


Jeremy Toye 00:26:30

Harry Lloyd and Dave Neal chat about the Suzuka 8 Hour which saw some MotoGP stars secure a job for life, while others maybe rethought their return to racing. There's also the first round of musical chairs in the Moto3 paddock as silly season begins to get into gear, especially with former Forward Racing riders.




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Episode 459: Red Rover


Chaz Davies 00:06:12
Davide Giugliano 00:12:39
Leon Camier 00:17:00
James Whitham 00:24:19

A weekend full of Superbike action saw two riders, and bikes, take their first doubles of the year. Join Harry Lloyd for a summary of the racing in Laguna Seca and Brands Hatch where a Welshman and an Australian dominated the day in both series. The first bits of silly season are starting to trickle out, but with all the factory seats tied down there's not much happening. Two excellent race weekends were unfortunately tarnished by the unfortunate deaths of two Spanish riders in MotoAmerica.


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