MotoPod, The Motorcycle Roadracing Podcast, is an internet radio show dedicated to MotoGP and motorcycle racing news, interviews, commentary, opinion and rumor! MotoPod's primary focus is MotoGP, the premier class of the FIM World Championship Motorcycle Grand Prix Road Racing Series, but we’ll have occasional sidetrips into the world of FIM SBK World Superbike, Supersport and many other forms of two wheeled motorsport. Find out what’s going on in the sport that is the pinnacle of motorsports, Grand Prix Motorcycle Road Racing! New episodes every week.
00:35:50 Michael Himmeslbach
00:55:45 Lawrence Dinmore
01:13:32 Malcolm Campbell
01:30:24 Cameron Donald
Martin Darlington and Jim Race gather together and analyze the Sepang One MotoGP test results, Phil Hall delights us once again from the Island Classics at PI with some smashing interviews. Finally, a rundown of the WSBK/WSS paddock as we close in on real racing in a few weeks. Oh, and join the MotoPod Listeners League!
Martin Darlington and Jules Cisek answer listener feedback and then go through the wild and crazy racing from Valencia as the season comes to a close. We talk a bit about the washed out testing. Meanwhile after 6 months of back and forth TXTs, Jim Race finally nabs Brett McCormick again ;)
Jim Race and Jules Cisek cover the MotoGP round at Sepang with all the drama of the weather and the paddock including The Viñales AWOL Situation, the wonderful Malaysian surprises of Khairuddin and Syahrin, and of course Sandro Cortese's Moto3 World Championship.
Martin Darlington and Jim Race together again as they discuss the breathtaking (Moto3), brilliant (Moto2), and chaotic (MotoGP) races at Misano. Also excellent listener feedback again this week - keep it coming folks!
Jules Cisek and Jim Race answer a bunch of very interesting listener feedback before discussing an awesome weekend of GP racing at the Automotodrom Brno. We will cover the WSBK Moscow races next week in part 2.
Due to an irreversible technical problem the audio quality took a nose dive about 1 hr into the show. Sorry about that!
00:40:18 Ben Spies
00:42:23 Dr. Martin Raines
01:28:52 Geoff Maloney
02:05:35 Steve Rapp
02:08:44 Stefan Bradl
02:11:07 Lucio Cecchinello
02:23:05 Dr. Martin Raines (part 2)
Jim Race and Jules Cisek return from the Indianapolis GP with interviews, rumours, news, and all sorts of Good Stuff™. We also answer some very interesting listener feedback and completely fail to mention the awesome meetup we had on Saturday in front of the IMS Pagoda. Thanks to everyone who came out!
Interviews from Ben Spies of Factory Yamaha Racing, Dr. Martin Raines, the official MotoGP statistician, Geoff Maloney of GP Tech, a wildcard CRT at Indy, Steve Rapp, of Attack Performance and the other wildcard at Indy, and Stefan Bradl and Lucio Cecchinello of LCR Honda. Plus don't forget to listen to the end of the show. Lots of fun clips from this year's Riders for Health auction.
Post call errata: Casey Stoner hurt his *right* foot, not his left.
* James Whitham
* John Hopkins
* Mark Miller
* Michael Hannas
Jules Cisek and Jim Race review Monza and bits of news here and there. Fantastic interviews with Eurosport commentator James Whitham, Crescent Suzuki's John Hopkins, TT bound Mark Miller, and TTXGP/AMA racer Michael Hannas.
Many thanks to the entire MotoPod community for making our kickstarter project successful! Jim is going to the IOMTT!
Finally, a special treat, a song written by Mark Miller and performed and produced by Jon Wadley.
Jim Race and Jules Cisek completely ruin the show with mindless banter, only to be saved by some excellent on-the-ground reporting once again by Gonçalo Silva at the Estoril MotoGP round with awesome talks with Cal, Eskil and Kenny. Plus remember, if you can, please help get MotoPod to the IOMTT. We've got no backup plan. You, are It.
* Mark Bracks guest hosts
* Gonx interviews Bautista and Lorenzo
* Longest outtake EVER
Mark Bracks joins Jim Race and Jules Cisek to talk about MotoGP @ Jerez and Estoril, BSB @ Brands and WSBK @ Monza. Gonçalo Silva talks with Alvaro Bautista and Jorge Lorenzo. Plus the longest outtake ever (so keep listening after we say ciao :D - Parental Guidance Suggested)