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.
Jim Race returns to MotoPod to talk about about Laguna Seca WSBK. Silly Season is starting to fall into place, especially as Ducati have revealed who their riders will be. It's not only Jim returning to the podcast, but also Temples of Speed. There's the Suzukua 8 hour to look forward to this weekend. Wiggsyan, as always, has done a stellar job providing all the information you need to watch and enjoy the event.
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Eugene Laverty 00:51:22
Kyle Wyman 00:55:19
Chris Pike 01:00:05
Neil Hodgson 01:01:15
It's an episode full of MotoPod firsts, with a unique call in guest on one of the interviews and some big silly season breaking news mid show. Harry Lloyd and Dave Neal are once again with you to talk about MotoGP and World Superbike. Silly Season is well and truly underway in the former and it looks like we're going to see one or two big shake ups. Jim Race has a couple of interview from WSBK at Laguna Seca. The Dutch punch up is of course discussed as it continues to be one of the biggest, and funniest, stories of the year.
Dave Neal and Harry Lloyd reunite to cover some big movements in Silly Season. Jack Miller has caused quite the stir across Moto3, Moto2 and MotoGP with his various signed and unsigned contracts. Dani Pedrosa stays with Honda for another two years, much to the anger of many. WSBK and the hill based social media drama are discussed in length.
Harry Lloyd and Dave Neal come together after a week off to bring you all the news after a hectic Assen weekend. MotoGP might have had a predictable winner, but it was a race full of drama and excitement as riders battled to overcome the weather as well as some demons. There's a few updates on Silly Season as it heats up, for the satellite teams at least.
True Heroes Racing 00:07:56
Gary Johnson 00:41:19
Peter Hickman 01:20:07
Mark Miller 01:43:54
Something Old, Something New, Something Orange, Something Blue. Mostly orange tho. Jim Race and Harry 'towel' Lloyd talk about the weekend that was in Barcelona. With the excitement of the TT finally beginning to settle Dave and Jim manage to chat with three top TT riders, including everyone's favourite Mark Miller. All the interviews offer a unique perspective on the darker side of the sport we love and how to overcome these challenges.
Jim Race joins Harry Lloyd and a metric tone of listener feedback. There's talk of the Isle of Man TT, Moto2, disappointments and wild accusations. Everyone weighs in with their opinion of the TT, including a current racer. We go in depth with silly season and talk WSBK from Sepang. There was plenty of on track action, but even more drama off track
Harry Lloyd and Dave Neal come together once again to talk about a stunning weekend at Mugello. There's a big focus on listener feedback and a variety of views on Super Sic's induction into the Hall of Fame. With the TT being on there's a lot to discuss from both on and off the roads as it continues to be a controversial event for many.
Dave Neal and Harry Lloyd come together to discuss some of the most surprising news out of the MotoGP paddock in a long time, a new tyre deal that no one saw coming. There are also some equally surprising results from the WSBK round at Donington. Both the hosts look ahead to Mugello and a certain someone's 300th GP. Harry may or may not have hit record with the right microphone…
Martin Darlington and Dave Neal catch up on the Monster Energy Grand Prix de France and the bits and pieces of news that have been floating around. Marc Marquez continues to dominate while there was a handbag or two in the Moto3 race. There's a look ahead to Donington WSBK weekend and the ever popular Mugello round of MotoGP. Dave chats to Neil Hodgson about MotoGP and both reflect on the late Simon Andrews.
Glenn Irwin 00:29:38
Eddie Lawson 01:02:53
Kenny Roberts Jr 01:11:25
Mark Smith Halvorsen 01:25:08
Rich Oliver 01:36:40
Jim Race and Harry Lloyd bring you up to date on where silly season is heading. We're getting into the season so the musical chairs of 'I have no money' is starting to happen around the paddocks. Jim was fortunate enough to go to the Kenny Roberts ranch and get an interview with a World Champion or two. Despite being busy at a track day Dave Neal managed to bag two interviews as well, enjoy!