Episode 367: It ain't all a bed of roses


0:27:25 Chris Keane | CEO of TAG Heuer Track Intel
0:50:38 Mark Miller (Ladies and Gentlemen)

Jim Race and Jules Cisek answer some listener feedback and discuss the Portimão round of WSBK/WSS but not before we get an excellent interview with racer/software designer Chris Keane and a proper long chat with Mark Miller.

TAG Heuer Track Intel:

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Episode 366: George's Hat Trick


01:32:08 Mark Woodage (Technical Director for Wilson Craig TT squad with Cameron Donald)

Jules Cisek and Martin Dartlington review the always entertaining and often surprising Mugello round. We answer some excellent listener feedback and look forward to Portimao this weekend and Catalunya the next. And Jim Race brings us an interview with Mark Woodage from the Isle of Man TT.

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Episode 365: A Year Done and Dusted, Sorta


Jim Race and Martin Darlington swim headlong into the maelstrom that is mid-season. Racing from every angle. Catch up with Donington WSBK, look to IoMTT for more and Mugello MotoGP and AMA Pro. Our heads are spinning!

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Episode 364: The Year That Is


0:26:58 Phil Borley - Manager / Crew Chief for the MotoGP PBM CRT Squad
0:46:04 Mick Grant - Multi-time GP and IoMTT Podium Star
1:08:00 Stuart Garner - CEO of Norton Motorcycles
1:39:11 John Ulrich - Editor of RoadRacing World & Motorcycle Technology Magazine (and lots of other stuff)

Jules Cisek and Jim Race join forces to bring you a recap of the LeMans MotoGP round, including an astounding performance by Ducati and the Honda continuance, a breakthrough win for Scott Redding in Moto2 and simply the mayhem that still defines the French circuit, as always. Along the way, we have a phalanx of excellent interviews with key players to keep you interested leading up to not only the always awesome Mugello GP, but the IoMTT which is right around the corner. Sleepless nights ahead. Join us!

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Episode 363: Motivation To Go Faster


0:21:12 James Whitham
0:51:08 Ben Spies
1:12:15 Chris Pike
1:27:04 Mark Miller, Ladies and Gentlemen

Jim Race and Martin Darlington have a "brief chat" ... (is there such a thing with us?), simply framing a series of cool interviews we have this week. Monza wrap-up, looking forward to LeMans MotoGP and the Northwest 200. We love this time of year. Almost too much racing. Almost. Bring it.

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Episode 362: History Repeating… Again


1:12:17 James Whitham
1:32:55 Leon Haslam
1:48:34 Sylvain Guintoli

Jules Cisek and Martin Darlington cover the Jerez MotoGP round while Jim Race brings us fantastic interviews with James Whitham, Leon Haslam, and Sylvain Guintoli.


Match Race Donington 1986 photos from Paul Laver:
Lorenzo vs. Olive @ Jerez:
Gibernau vs. Rossi 2005 @ Jerez:
mcn's motogp watching guide/flowchart for the U.K.:

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Episode 361: Game On


00:38:14 Charlie Hiscott (Eurosport UKTV Producer / Pit Lane)

Martin Darlington rejoins Jim Race to recount catch up on all the news, relive Aragon WSBK and generally talk the sport. Martin did get an excellent interview with Charlie Hiscott that is well worth a listen. Super shouts out to all our donors.


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Episode 360: Elbow, it's the new knee!


0:41:32 Michael Laverty
0:48:54 Cal Crutchlow (excerpt)
0:54:34 Bradley Smith
1:01:26 Brad Binder
1:11:48 Danny Webb
1:18:37 Andrea Oleari
1:27:29 Scott Redding
1:35:00 Pete Benson
1:37:42 Dr. Martin Raines (2 parts)
2:04:51 Lucio Cecchinello

Jim Race and Jules Cisek return from the Circuit of Americas in Austin, TX and this is what we've got. In addition to the interviews a summary of the races and more importantly the all new track.

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Episode 359: We'll do it live!


0:15:43 Nicky Hayden
0:27:07 Cal Crutchlow
0:30:20 Colin Edwards
0:36:43 Karel Abraham
0:37:40 Alex DeAngelis
0:40:35 Nicky Hayden #2

Jules Cisek and Jim Race do it live! -ish… Recorded on site at COTA in Austin, Texas and featuring Nicky Hayden, Cal Crutchlow, Colin Edwards, Karel Abraham, Alex de Angelis.

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Episode 358: The Doctor is In


Martin Darlington and Jim Race review the excellent racing from the opening MotoGP round in Qatar, chat about the upcoming Aragon WSBK and BSB Thruxton rounds and thank the many listeners that are helping us out on our current fundraising drive. Also, some information on the Austin MotoPod MotoGP meetup. Join us, won't you?

* PIN: 7247 - MotoPod Fantasy League
* google maps link for meetup info:

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