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BikeLive #85 - Return Of The Mack

Well, that was an entertaining GP weekend! In a stacked BikeLive, we talk about World Superbikes season finale, and while we only got one "glitchy" Superbike race, the World Supersport title came down to the final lap as Sandro Cortese took the title over a desperate Jules Cluzel. Oh, and Jonny won, again. We also talk about an incredible Philip Island weekend, as for the first time in 25 races and 490 days, Yamaha wins, with Maverick Vinales back on the top step, in a race also known for...


Episode #167: Minus Five Stars

Lewis Hamilton is a 5-time Formula One World Champion. May the blessed one touch us all. Dre, Ryan and RJ look back on an interesting Mexico GP, with varying Red Bull success. Verstappen dominates, Ricciardo is robbed of a 1-2 due to a hydraulic failure. Vettel came through the field for 2nd, while Mercedes suffers their worst on-track performance, maybe of the whole hybrid era. We also review the Super Formula season finale and break down some of the news, including the Ferrucci's owing...


BikeLive #84 - The Magnificent Seven

It was like a video game, a cheat code, but for Marc Marquez's title rivals, it was game over. Dre and Louis are back to review MotoGP's Motegi round as Marc Marquez became the youngest 7-time World Champion ever, with another crushing victory as Dovi, fell on his sword. We also look at Fabio Quartararo being DQ'ed from the Moto2 victory after being 0.02 bar under the legal limit, and Martin falling again, to give Bezzecchi another shot at the Moto3 World Title. We also preview this...


Episode #166: Iceman Forever

For the first time in 2,044 days, Kimi Raikkonen wins a GP, the longest gap ever between victories in F1. Praise be! Dre, RJ and Ryan break down a dramatic GP, with Kimi's first win in nearly 6 seasons, Sebastian Vettel spinning again, Max Verstappen coming from 18th to 2nd, and Lewis Hamilton trying and failing to win on "home" soil! We also take a massive deep dive into the news, with Stoffel Vandoorne and Pascal Wehrlein securing new rides in Formula E, Checo staying with Force India,...


BikeLive #83 - The Pocket Rocket

Hell has frozen over. Leon Haslam has won a major championship. Glory to Ealing Hospital. Dre and Louis review the BSB Showdown Finale at Brands Hatch as Leon Haslam wrapped up the title on Saturday, and broke his jynx, meaning he's now taken a win at every track on the calendar. Nice! We also praise Jake Dixon for keeping it close at the end, and Richard Cooper, who became BSB's 7th different winner this season, a stat F1 would only dream of. We also review World Superbikes debut weekend...


Episode #165: The 'W' Word

An important one this, Dre and RJ step aside and Ryan King takes the lead chair for the first time as Ellie Jane from Formula Incident and Hazel Southwell from join the show for a specially extended discussion about "The 'W' Series" in Motorsport, a radical attempted new solution to get women higher up the motorsport ladder. There's been strong discussion on both sides of the fence, and this could be some of the most nuanced discussion on the topic. Hope you enjoy!


BikeLive #82 - Thai Fighter

Dre and Louis are back again with one of the MotoGP races of 2018 as Marquez and Dovi went to war yet again, this time in the brand new MotoGP debut round in Thaliand! Maverick Vinales had the best seats in the house to watch the 4th last corner showdown between them in the last 18 months, with a surprising outcome! We also break down Moto2 as Pecco took control of the title race with win #7 of the year, and a dramatic last corner takeout from Bastianini on Bez left DiGi with his 2nd win...


Episode #164: The Church Of Dre

And then Dre sat down and said: "Let there be crashes!" The Church of Dre is in session, and Ryan King and RJ O'Connell are the subjects! Today's hymn book: "The Ides of Suzuka", as Sebastian Vettel's slim title hopes slipped away via a ballsy failed move at Spoon on Max Verstappen. Oh and Lewis Hamilton won. Again. We also talk the Bathurst 1000 too! Enjoy!


BikeLive #81 - Four Of A Kind

One of the most historic World Superbike weekends ever, with 3 world champions crowned in dramatic fashion in Magny-Cours, and Dre and Louis are here to break it all down! In World Superbikes, Jonny Rea took his 7th and 8th consecutive wins to top off his fourth straight world title, with an incredible celebration after Race 1! Ana Carrasco made history by becoming the first woman to win an individual World Champion on two wheels,by just a single point as the title fight literally went...


Episode #163: Pecking Order

The team orders call heard around the world, and Lewis Hamilton is gifting the win that should wrap up both titles. Yay? Ryan King, RJ O'Connell and Chris DeHarde come back with a full review of the Russian Grand Prix that was dominated by said team orders call, and another dodgy round for Ferrari, as well as Max Verstappen's charge through the field. We also talk the Charlotte NASCAR Roval playoff round, with one of the most shocking finishes ever, where Ryan Blaney inherited a banzai win...


BikeLive #80 - My Way Or Jorge

He did it his way! BikeLive returns to review an Aragon GP which saw Marc Marquez return to winning ways, even if Jorge Lorenzo didn't agree with the way he did it. This week, Louis and Dre cover all the big stories from Motorland as Suzuki returned to the rostrums, but it came at a cost, while Yamaha's season reached a new low. We also discuss Brad Binder's second Moto2 win and Jorge Martin's latest Moto3 masterclass!


Episode #162: The Ice Age (2018 IndyCar Season Review)

One week on from the season finale in Sonoma, Motorsport 101 returns to review the 2018 season which saw Scott Dixon pip Alexander Rossi to the title! Andre Harrison, Ryan King, RJ O'Connell and Christopher DeHarde look back on a thrilling year, including the highs and lows of Robert Wickens' rookie season, the triumph and heartbreak of the Indianapolis 500, and the championship battle which went all the way to the wire Enjoy!


BikeLive #79 - Mahias Falls Flat

THE MOST SHOCKING FINISH EVER took place in Portimao. Oh, and Jonathan Rea did a double. Dre and Louis are back for BikeLive! In a Superbike special, we review all the action from Portimao in World Superbikes, which had the ridiculous ending to the Supersport race. Cortese dropping Cluzel was only the SECOND most shocking thing. Oh, and Jonny Rea won twice. He's good at bikes. We also review BSB's first Showdown at Oulton Park as Jake Dixon took advantage of Leon Haslam unreliability to...


Episode #161: Pancake Stack

It was a weekend with screws being turned. Andre Harrison, Ryan King and RJ O'Connell (with Chris DeHarde for the IndyCar section), return with Episode 161! In it, we review the Singapore Grand Prix. Ferrari goes missing, and Lewis Hamilton delivers another perfect weekend to put the title within reach, now 40 points clear with just 6 rounds left. We also review Sergio Perez going crazy with two hits on his teammate and on Sergei Sirotkin! We also take a look at the IndyCar Grand Prix of...


BikeLive #78 - Haslam Takes Flight (w/ Greg Haines!)

And in the second part of a doubleheader, Dre and Louis are back again for another BikeLive to review the British Superbike tripleheader at Silverstone, and Greg Haines is back on the show for another feature-length interview to catch up on all things World Superbike before the 2nd half of the season starts in Portimao! Leon Haslam recovered from a nasty highside on Friday to win ALL THREE races on the National layout, using smarts, speed, and an oil patch. Christian Iddon had a heroic...


Episode #160: It Is He, Leclerc

Did you know we were gonna record this on Monday? Thank GOD we delayed it! Also, Dre isn't here this week, but ADAM JOHNSON is back for the first time in 90 episodes! He joins Ryan King, RJ O'Connell and Chris DeHarde for a news-heavy edition! We cover the massive news of Romano Fenati's brake squeeze in Moto2, Charles Leclerc and Kimi Raikkonen swapping seats for 2019 in the youngest Ferrari driver move since 1961! We also preview the Singapore GP and the IndyCar title decider in Sonoma...


BikeLive #77 - Braking Point

The moment you've been waiting for, Andre and Louis on the most controversial moment of 2018 - Romano Fenati and the brake squeeze seen around the world. A moment that went viral, that was picked up by national news and sports fans the world over. It says a lot when we dedicate 45 minutes to Romano's antics on track, the damage to his career, the ban itself, and the aftermath. Oh, and Pecco dominated to victory. We also talk MotoGP, as Dovi took a stunning dominant win at the front, as Marc...


BikeLive #76 - Shake On It

EDITOR'S NOTE: Soundcloud glitched and didn't release this one originally. Sorry about that! >_> In tribute to Silverstone, we had a race three days late! But here was a preview from last week, featuring a news catchup, and all the talk from the press conference as Rossi and Marquez refused to shake hands. Enjoy!


Episode #159: Dixon Is Destiny

And here is the 2nd part of our double taping, as we review IndyCar's first race in Portland for 11 years, and it might have been the best race of the season! Scott Dixon somehow survives a major opening lap wreck, a drive-through for speeding in the pitlane... and STILL finished in 5th. Also, yay! Takuma Sato came through and won on a caution reshuffle, ahead of Ryan Hunter-Reay and 2007 winner Sebastien Bourdais! We also break down all the news, as Stoffel is out at McLaren, with Lando...


Episode #158: The Icemen, Cometh

Another race weekend, another punch in the gut for Dre. Ouch. This was a weekend for the Finns as Dre, Ryan and RJ review a hectic Italian GP weekend, as Kimi Raikkonen clocked the fastest lap ever seen in F1... But then was unable to deal with the great wall of Valtteri Bottas as Lewis Hamilton picked him off for a sucker punch victory. Sebastian makes another Lap 1 error, but also came back to 4th as Max Verstappen made another driving error that led to a penalty. Also, a Haas was...