MotoGP

Episode 560: En Français S'il Vous Plaît

Jim and Derek get together to talk about the crashiest of crashy crashfests. We had exhilarating racing, death-defying stunts, some less exhilarating racing and even a few big surprises. All that plus a bit of news! If you like what you're hearing, tell the world with a review on your favorite podcast platform!

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Episode 554: Two Yankees in King Arthur's Court

While it's officially spring, winter isn't letting go on both sides of the Atlantic. Join Jim and Derek as they bring a US perspective to British Superbikes. While it isn't their normal beat, they enjoyed the racing and have some interesting insights on how it works. And, since the "Gran Premio de la República Argentina" is about to get under way, they offer some predictions as to how it might turn out. Enjoy the show and let us know what you think by leaving a review on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play or wherever you listen to it. Zoom, zoom...

Episode 552: The Duel in the Desert

Yes MotoPod fans, the day has finally come! We're done reading the winter tea leaves and we've finished talking about testing. MotoGP racing has started and all three classes delivered, with some results that we expected and a few surprises. Crack open a beer (but not if you're driving!) and join Skyler and Jim as they tell us all about it.

00:01:20 - Our Fantastic Supporters
00:03:20 - Braaapid Fire
00:16:30 - News and Clues
00:17:25 - Moto3
00:26:30 - Moto2
00:48:20 - MotoGP

Episode 551: Motosplaining

Pre-season testing is over and the first weekend of the 2018 MotoGP season is about to begin. Let Battle Commence! Join Derek and Jim as they set the world right, let us know who should be on which team and make some Wild Ass Predictions™. Next we catch up with Martin and his interviews from the Qatar test.

Interviews
00:56:10 - 1990 Yugoslavian 125 GP winner Stefan Prein
01:13:28 - 1998 British 500 GP winner Simon Crafar
01:34:57 - Ireland's answer to Luciano Pavarotti, Neil Morrison

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