Episode 682: All The News Plus The Return of Martin Darlington

Rich and Jim are back chatting about the latest news in MotoGP, World Superbikes, British Superbikes and even an exciting development in Moto-America. There’s an in-depth listener feedback discussion on why Kawasaki won’t be back in MotoGP any time soon and, as a special treat, Rich gets to catch up with friend of the show and ex-host Martin Darlington. Do please send in your feedback, subscribe and donate if you can.
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Episode 681: Make A Wish

Rich and Jim are back chatting about motorcycle racing. This week we get into the wish fulfilment business and ask, given the opportunity, which 3 things would you change in MotoGP and why? Have a listen and let us know your thoughts or alternative suggestions. We’ll read out any listener feedback and change suggestions on the next show. Please subscribe to the show and donate if you can. In addition, please be sure to tell your like-minded mates/partners/colleagues about MotoPod and ask them to subscribe as well. Zoom Zoom…….
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Episode 677: Grazie Vale

Valentino Rossi has finally called time on his great motorcycle racing career. The nine times champ rode his last race at Valencia. It was an emotion time as Luthi and Petrucci also raced their final races as well. Rich and Jim cover the Moto3 race and dissect the incident between Foggia and Acosta. The move on to the roller coaster of emotions that came from the Moto2 race and they try to figure out who oiled the track! Congratulations to Remmy for winning the World title. Lastly they discuss the last dance for the G.O.A.T.

Episode 676: Brands Hatch BSB Finale

Rich and Jim dive into the October British Superbikes season closer at Brands Hatch. We run through the action over the 3 feature races and look ahead to MotoPod's BSB coverage plans for the 2022 season. The show also features an interview with Phil Spencer, Team Principle at True Heroes Racing (https://trueheroesracing.co.uk/) who they are, how they go about their racing and some insights into their plans for 2022. We round the show out with a brief look ahead to the Valencia MotoGP season closer.

Episode 675: One to Go

Another championship was awarded this weekend in the Algarve! Pedro Acosta became the first rookie to win the light weight title in 31 years! While the Moto3 race was full of suspense, intrigue and drama, The MotoGp and Moto2 races were kind of a let down. Rich and Jim cover everything in detail, run off the track come back on. There is only one racing weekend left!

Episode 674: One Done, Two To Go

Wow! What a weekend! Congrats to Fabio for becoming the first world champ of the 2021 season. Jim and Rich review all the action from a crash-fest weekend. We give our thoughts on the new age limits and discuss all the other news including Honda's WSBK rider line up. We then chat about the drama filled weekend on the Adriatic coast! From crazy crashes to close title races its all covered in a 90 minute plus show! Grab two beers and enjoy!

Episode 673: Inside the Rider's Mind

Jim and Rich team up for a fill in show! They quickly cover some news and Rich updates us on the shown down in BSB that is set for this weekend. Jim has an interview with clinical psychologist Don Barnes of Perth, Australia. They dive inside the riders' minds to understand what drives them and answer the question how young is too young to race in a world level championship. Jim even discovers something about himself during the interview. Lay down on a couch and have a listen.

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