* Long Call with Darren Chatting About the Catalunya GP
* Editorial: Passing and Pizza, WTF?
Bob is back, and no, he wasn't in rehab! We've got a long call with Darren Carpenter talking about the Catalunya MotoGP race, good stuff! We follow that up with a somewhat different feature, an editorial/commentary about passing in MotoGP compared to pizza and somewhat to other (much lesser) forms of motorsport, like, say, Formula 1. Interesting stuff, well worth a listen!
* A Touch Of News, Good and Bad
* Call with Jules Wrapping Up Le Mans and Stoner's Season
Another great chat with Jules this week about Le Mans and various things, including some spicy rumors and secret tidbits! I think you'll enjoy the call. Before we get to that, there's a couple of news items to cover, including the very sad death of Robert Dunlop.
Kind of a rough and ready show today with a call with Jules where we talk about the China GP, World Superbike and Supersport, Ben Spies, the upcoming French GP at Le Mans and all sorts of other stuff. It's a little bit all over the map but it's a really good chat and well worth a listen!
A special episode featuring a long call with Liam Schubert giving us some important insights into his life with the MotoGP circus. Make sure you read Liam's blog post from exactly one year ago by following the link in these show notes.
* Bob is back!
* Championship Review with Darren Carpenter
Bob is back from a work & vacation related little break, and we get right back into the swing of things with a great chat with Darren Carpenter. We mostly covered the MotoGP championship so far, not so much a race review of the Grand Prix of China, but more like an analysis of the top ten riders in the standings and some opinions and chit chat. It's a long call, but it's interesting stuff!
* WSBK and MotoGP news
* Day one Shanghai summary
* Interview with Andrew Wheeler (professional motorsports photographer)
* Interview with Scott Jones (amateur motorsports photographer)
We start with a quick wrapup of the week's news. If you don't care about motorsports photography click "Stop" after the news segment. Otherwise continue to interviews with Andrew Wheeler and Scott Jones.