Episode 253: Into the Abyss, Sort of


* Valencia round review
* Valencia test
* Mark Miller interview

Jim Race and Martin Darlington wrap up the final round from Valencia. Fantastic racing as well as the confusion that is the post-season testing drama. Mark Miller joins us once again to fill us in on his upcoming journey to race the Macau GP plus the familiar rabbit hole of bench racing and more Jim and Mark seem to enjoy falling into. A great listen!

Episode 252: Penultimate


* Estoril
* Valencia

Jim Race and Martin Darlington review Estoril (and the incredible 125 race), preview Valencia and the upcoming test, and discuss some changes with the show.  Enjoy!

Episode 251: Looking Forward Backwards


* Estoril preview
* Interview with Eskil Suter
* Interview with John Ulrich

Jules Cisek does his best to herd Jim Race, and a thankless job it is. Looking forward to Estoril MotoGP, mentally wandering around the dregs of silly season leavings and nuggets of mindlessness. We also unearth some interviews from earlier in the year with Eskil Suter (Moto2/Ilmor Project) as well as John Ulrich, former roadracer and editor of Roadracing World. Listen in!

* Estoril race times the world over:
* From Mark Miller's VHS archive:

Episode 250: Two Fitty


* Philip Island wrapup
* News

Jim Race, Martin Darlington and Jules Cisek together at last. We try not to steam roll over each other too much as we discuss the weekend down under, wallabies on the track, road racing hypocrisy, lorenzogate, the final shakedowns in the Silly Season and more.

Episode 249: The Reign in Spain


* interview with Gavin Emmett
* The "life is like a box of chocolates..." interview with Mark Miller
* Sepang MotoGP review
* Quick BSB roundup

Jules Cisek and Jim Race are still a bit agog at the doings in Malaysia. Fantastic racing, thrilling outcomes and an impetus to not get jaded before the final chapter in Valencia this year.  Plus, a very cool chat with Gavin Emmett of the MotoGP world feed as well as a wander-fest with Mark Miller. Feedback appreciated as always, use the contact for at or hoist us up by our petards at the MotoGPod fan page.

Links this episode:
* Lorenzo sings:

Episode 248: Three Continents Worth


* The buzz from Magny-Cours and beyond with James Whitham
* Brief chat with Andrew Wheeler from Sepang MotoGP Media Center
* An Australasian tour with Julian Ryder from his den in the U.K.

Martin Darlington and Jim Race review both Magny-Cours WSBK and the Motegi MotoGP battles with eyes and ears squarely on Sepang this weekend for yet another GP round. Also waiting to see what the final BSB round from Oulton Park brings. Enjoy!

Chat with Jim, Martin and Jules from MotoGPod on Facebook!

Episode 247: The Beginning of The End


* Reviews of WSBK and WSS @ Imola
* Preview of MotoGP @ Motegi
* Review of the AMA final @ Barber

Jim Race and Jules Cisek discuss the wind down of the WSBK/WSS seasons after a fascinating Imola round. We also chat a bit about the upcoming Motegi round in MotoGP. Finally long time listener and friend of show Skyler Vickroy gives us a wrap-up of the AMA final at Barber.

Episode 246: Another pair of Irishmen


* Aragon, Spain MotoGP Review
* Interview with Michael Laverty (Relentless Suzuki - BSB)
* Imola, Italy WSBK Preview
* Interview with Barry Gilsenan (Owner: Celtic Racing - AMA)

After a fantastic, relatively drama-free weekend of brilliant racing at the new Spanish Aragon circuit Jim Race and Martin Darlington break it down as they do. A pair of great chats with both Michael Laverty and Barry Gilsenan as well as a look towards the likely damp Imola weekend ahead. Dive in!

links this episode:

Episode 245: A Calming Influence ...


* Late, late night interview with Mark Miller following his Bol d'Or WEC race
* MMP Conference call with Cal Crutchlow by Jules Cisek
* Croft BSB Chat
* Aragon MotoGP Preview

Chicken or the egg? A bevy of interviews and topics await us, and therein you. The Patchwork Orange of roadracing podcasts with Martin Darlington, Jules Cisek and Jim Race all putting in their tuppence. All capped by a pleasantly quiet weekend, last. Roll on Aragon!


Episode 244: Not quite speechless, but close...


* Interviews with James Whitham both before and after Misano
* Interview with Mark Miller

Another week with tragedy at hand, Jim Race and Martin Darlington do their best to put it all together. Fantastic interviews with both James Whitham and Mark Miller. You asked, we're delivering. A really great episode we hope will help lift your spirits.

links this episode: (James Whitham and Carl Fogarty's chat show tour of the UK starts Monday, Sept. 13th)

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