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BikeLive #64 - The Green Mist

BikeLive is back! Andre Harrison and Louis Suddaby break down all the news from Brno and World Superbikes! Jonathan Rea made yet more history with his record-breaking 60th victory in the sport, beating Carl Fogarty! He then clashed with Sykes in Race 2 in what was the most heated moment of the 2018 season to date! We also had Alex Lowes taking his first World Superbike win in said Race 2, with Melandri and Sykes making critical errors, and Aprilia having their best weekend of the season. In...


Episode #145: The Dream Team

The second part of our M101 double header this week looks back at the historic Zurich ePrix as Lucas Di Grassi returned to winning ways, although it wasn't enough to keep him in the title hunt. We also preview one of the biggest motor races on the planet as Daily Sportscar's Stephen Kilbey joins us to look ahead to the 24 Hours of Le Mans!


Episode #144: Vettel's Half Century

The first of two episodes in as many days! In Episode 12 squared, we review one of the tamest Canadian GP's in recent times. Seb takes his 50th victory in F1, Val surprises again in 2nd, and Lewis Hamilton would struggle with a car on its 7th weekend on its power unit. We also talk IndyCar's DXC 600 in Texas, as Scott Dixon dominated the 2nd half to take the win and the Championship lead as Simon Pagenaud also got a good result in 2nd. Also we break down the accidents of Power and Zachary...


BikeLive #63 - Reclaiming The Land

So, pretty quiet 10 days huh? Andre Harrison and Louis Suddaby are back to break down another ridiculous weekend in bike racing as MotoGP headed back to Mugello, the blue ribbon event on the calendar! In MotoGP, it was Jorge Lorenzo who at the 24th time of asking, would become just the 7th man to ever win for multiple manufacturers, and he'd do it in dominant fashion. Andrea Dovizioso made it a 1-2 for the Ducati team, with a dream pole for Rossi being converted into 3rd as Marquez crashed...


Episode #143: Ryan On A Lion

Welcome back to Motorsport101, and in this edition, Andre Harrison, Ryan King and Zoe Hamilton break down IndyCar's Dual in Detroit! In Race 1, Scott Dixon made history by taking 3rd on the all-time wins list, in a tight contest with Ryan Hunter-Reay, brought into play via a Graham Rahal shunt to the wall. In Race 2, Alexander Rossi dominated the early going, but went too hard on his tyres and paid the price as a rampant Hunter-Reay caught up the extra stop and reeled the youngster in,...


Episode #142: Shoeys, Swan Dives and Drives

...No, I don't know how we dragged this into an hour either. Oh right, because Formula 2 was a MILLION times better! We talk the Monaco GP weekend, Ricciardo's stunning drive for a boring race, his sublime quali lap, and figuring out ways to try and improve this shitty race already! We also talk F2, as Artem Markelov and Antonio Fuoco traded wins, George Russell got friendly with the walls, and Lando Norris punts a Swiss man into oblivion, and still extends his championship lead! Enjoy!


BikeLive #62 - Magic Mike

BikeLive is back for World Superbikes at home in Donington, and it was a shock, as for the first time in 51 races, a Kawasaki or Ducati DIDN'T win, as Michael van der Mark would take a shock DOUBLE! Jonathan Rea would love with two more podiums, but Toprak Razgatiloglu would steal a podium in Race 2 with a stunning ride. And in the Supersport races, Sandro Cortese won the wheel of wins, and Ana Carrasco took back-to-back wins for the first time in the history of the 300 class! Dre and...


Episode #141: Overpowered

Welcome to Part 1 of the greatest day in Aussie Motorsporting history! In part 1 of this double header, we review the 102nd running of the Indianapolis 500, and it was Will Power who overcome the greatest challenge yet of Ed Carpenter. We also talk Alexander Rossi gaining 28 places from Row 11 to finish in 4th, the new aerokit itself, all of the individual spinouts including the end of Danica's career, and a whole lot more! Check back soon for the Monaco Grand Prix episode!


BikeLive #61 - Jumping The Shark

Andre Harrison and Louis Suddaby are back with another heaped BikeLive! We talk Moto3 as time penalties dominated the headlines, as DiGi was robbed of his first win, and Jakub Kornfeil took flight... and survived! MotoGP came around and Marc Marquez stole the fields lunch money as Andrea Dovizioso and Johann Zarco made critical errors, and Pramac picked up the scraps with Petrux 2nd and Miller 4th! And we also have Greg Haines back on the show with an extended 40 minute interview talking...


Episode #140: Please, No Bumperino Jimmer

Please, no bumperino, Jimmer. In this episode of Motorsport101, Dre mourns the loss of James Hinchcliffe from the Indy 500 as he and Pippa Mann got bumped in qualifying. Ryan King, RJ O'Connell and the return of Zoe Hamilton end up as shoulders to cry on. We also run down the entire field, as Ed Carpenter, Oval Master, took his 3rd 500 pole position. We also review Formula E in Berlin, as Daniel Abt strolled to a comfortable Audi 1-2 victory ahead of Lucas di Grassi and Jean-Eric Vergne,...


BikeLive #60 - Thank You, Kenan (Podcast #200!)

On a small tangent, this is the 200th Podcast in the history of Motorsport101. On behalf of the entire team, thank you all so much for the continued support. - Dre In this episode of BikeLive, me and Louis review all the action from Imola in the World Superbike Championship, as Kenan Sofogolu bowed out gracefully in his final race... which he didn't even start. We talk about a manic Supersport race in his absence, and why the series looks brighter than ever with SIX title contenders and...


Episode #139: "...Are You Okay?"

Of course the episode is named after an F1 video game reference. In this week's show, we talk all the F1 and F2 action at Catalunya for the Spanish Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton reminded us of his class with a ridiculous performance, Sebastian Vettel gets nailed by the stewards with a bad strategy call, and Romain Grosjean causes the biggest wreck of 2018 so far. In Formula 2, ART clean house as George Russell becomes the first repeat winner of the season, followed by Jack Aitken taking the...


BikeLive #59 - Three Wide

Apparently, Dani Pedrosa is still flying towards Le Mans as we speak! Bike Live is back, and Dre and Louis review a mad weekend in Jerez and at Oulton Park, as Marc Marquez took a surprise victory, and flossed over the line. Because of course. But the weekend will be known for a triple DNF between Dovi, Lorenzo and Pedrosa for 2nd place, once that saw the Samurai, take flight! We also talk Moto2 as Lorenzo Baldadarrsari strolled to his 2nd ever Moto2 win as Miguel Oliviera went from 14th...


Episode #138: 101 Hours

Hey folks, Dre here, due to a family emergency, I couldn't make this episode, but Ryan King and RJ O'Connell did a fine job in my absence, and don't worry, I'll be back for #BikeLive this weekend! In this episode, Sportscars are the name of the game as the WEC took centre stage for the opening round of its 2018-19 Super Season with the 6 hours of Spa. And in a shocking bit of news, Fernando Alonso's Toyota took the victory. All the fall out from that, team orders at the top, and a car...


Episode #137: Castle And The Thrill

And here's Part 2 of our double header recording, and in this part, we talk all about Formula 2 in Baku, as George Russell went from a takeout in the feature race, to winning from 13th in the Sprint Race! Not to mention Alex Albon becoming Thailand's first ever world series junior winner, and the patience of us running out on Johnny Herbert on commentary. We also talk Formula E in Paris, as Jean-Eric Vergne took his third win of the season at home, and Sam Bird crossed the finish line with...


BikeLive #58 - Jerez: The Clashes

Jerez has always been a bit of a fracas huh? In this episode of BikeLive, Louis Suddaby, Andre Harrison and Ryan King break down some of the biggest clashes the sport has seen at the legendary circuit de Angel Nieto, as well as talk heavily on the news of Johann Zarco heading to KTM's Factory Team for 2019!


Episode #136: Shunt, Wind and Fire

Oh, and Lewis Hamilton won. Baku welcomed us back with open arms and shunted cars. This week, in the first of two episodes, Dre, King and RJ look back at the Formula 1 GP in Azerbaijan as Lewis Hamilton stole his 1st win on the year after his teammate inherited the lead from a Safety Car as Red Bull's Mega Power's collided after Max Verstappen threw one block too many at the front. We also talk Sebastian Vettel's lunge that didn't work, all the crazy contact through the opening lap, Roman...


BikeLive #57 - Krummenacher'd

And now for Part 2 as for the first time ever, #BikeLive had to split shows! Here's Louis Suddaby and Andre Harrison on the World Superbike weekend at Assen, the granddaddy of bike tracks! In this weekend, the green machine of Kawasaki returned with an extra 250 revs, and two victories to show for it as Rea and Sykes took a win each! Michael van der Mark treated the home fans to two podiums, but Ducati struggled along the way. But the showstopper was in the support classes with Randy...


BikeLive #56 - Dabbing In America

Only three things in life are certain, Death, Taxes, Marc Marquez winning at the Circuit of the Americas for the 6th time, and the 10th consecutive Marquez win in the USA. He fits in, he likes left turns. Anyway, we'll break down all the weekends action, from the blocking penalty that enraged Twitter, to Andrea Iannone's shock return to the podium, his first with Suzuki! Also more on Crutchlow's lost title lead, and the future of the race at COTA itself! We also talk Moto2 and Moto3 as...


Episode #135: Jesus, Mary and Josef

M101 is back, and we're blessing the rains in Alabama, as we got a 4 day weekend! Rain so bad, the race had to be re-run on Monday.with Josef Newgarden dominating proceedings to take his 2nd win of 2018, with Ryan Hunter-Reay's best IndyCar finish in over 2 years, and James Hinchcliffe rounding off the podium. We get into the battle at the front, the rain, TWO cases of fight club between Marco Andretti, Zachary, Clackary, Machary, and Gabby Chaves and Simon Pagenaud nearly getting into a...