Steve and Jensen are on the mics for this episode, and with the WorldSBK summer break in full swing, we take a look at the World Superbike class so far this season, and try and make some predictions for next season.
David and Neil are joined by special guest Adam Wheeler, and the three have a garden chat about the Italian GP and the state of the rider market in the MotoGP Championship. Of note, this episode was recorded the Monday after the Italian GP, and some things in the news have happened since then. Expect a follow-up "Silly Season" show to cover those changes, in the coming weeks.
Neil and Steve are on the mics this show, talking about the on-track action from the French GP in Le Mans. Looking off-track as well, the show covers the rider contracts for the 2019 seasons for not only MotoGP, but also WorldSBK.
Jensen, David, and Neil discuss the Grand Prix of the Americas in Austin, Texas and the three men that were on its podium. There are plenty of behind-the-scenes insights into what was otherwise a lackluster race for MotoGP. So you won't want to miss this edition of the Paddock Pass Podcast.
The MotoGP season is off to a great start, with the first round done. As such, David and Neil are on the mics, talking about the big takeaways from the Qatar GP. We using a different show format this year for the Paddock Pass Podcast, let us know what you think about it.
On this episode, Neil is joined by esteemed colleague Manuel Pecino, who gives his unique insights into the MotoGP paddock. With both journalists at the Thai and Qatar tests for MotoGP, they give their insights as we head into the start of the 2018 season. You won't want to miss this episode, Manuel's knowledge of the sport is outstanding.
Looking back on the 2017 MotoGP Championship, Neil, David, and Steve pick out the highlights from a fantastic season. The guys talk about their favorite races, the winners and losers of the year, and what surprised them.
Steve, Neil, and David talk about the MotoGP season finale at the Valencia GP - the epic clash between Marc Marquez and Andrea Dovizioso. The conversation also covers Ducati's team orders with Jorge Lorenzo, the rise of Johann Zarco, and a look ahead at 2018.