Episode 626: To all my friends

Jules Cisek and Martin Darlington take a stab at this podcasting thing to bring you a monster show like those of old. Martin comes back from the WSBK Qatar round with some riveting interviews with Tom Sykes, James Whitham, Charlie Hiscott, and Stephen English. In addition, Jules catches up with Mark Miller. And finally, a bunch of words about the show's legend: our lost friend, Jim Race.

01:14:10 Tom Sykes
01:22:42 James Whitham & Charlie Hiscott
02:04:32 Stephen English
02:59:41 Mark Miller

Episode 625: Final GP from Valencia and Adios to the legendary 99

The last round of the MotoGP Championship brought drama on and off track with the Jorge announcing his intention to retire and the fever pitch speculation of his replacement. Meanwhile on track the riders in all classes battled chilly track temperatures in the last race of the year.

Jim McDowell and Derek Carrera run through all the action and race results alongside the best of the paddock rumours from the last outing of MotoGP for 2019.

Episode 619: Warning Will Robinson!

Track limit warnings were the order of the day at San Marino. Derek and Jim break it all down, from Rossi Vs. Marquez qualifying shown down to all the great racing action they cover it all. Were the Stewards consistent in applying penalties for violation of track limits? Who had the best luck in Moto 3? Canet or Dallaporta? Could Alex Marquez rebound from a crash at Silverstone? Plus the emotional celebration of MotoGP winner Marq Marquez is covered. Sit back relax and enjoy the recap of some great racing action!

Episode 617: Silverstone Shocker!

Derek returns from his UK vacation just in time to chat about Silverstone with Jim. They discuss Derek's trek to the mountain with Dave Neal and then roll into the silly season news. Finally they get to the racing action which was spectacular! Was Moto3 really boring? Will Canet ever qualify better? They debate if the Moto2 race was better than the Moto3 race and talk about Brad Binder and his future at KTM. Last up it's MotoGP and that shocking last lap finish. As a bonus we learn Derek is a mini Harry Lloyd when it comes to knee sliders and helmets. Enjoy!

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