Steve, Neil, and David sit down and do a quick show about MotoGP racing in Austin, Texas for the Grand Prix of the Americas. The show covers the high-points of the Americas GP, and then talks about the big winners and losers from the races in the USA.
Catching up with the World Superbike paddock, David and Steve talk about the first two rounds of the season, Phillip Island and Thailand. The guys cover the news in all three production class: World Superbike, Supersport, and Supersport 300.
This episode of the Paddock Pass Podcast comes to you from Barcelona, after the crew just watched the 2016 Superprestigio. David, Neil, and Steve are joined in the show by freelance moto-journalist Andrea Wilson, who specializes in covering flat track and supermoto in the USA. This is a super insightful show, and will be our penultimate episode for the 2016 season.
Steve, David, and Neil wrap-up the final race and tests of the 2016 season, talking about the Valencia GP and Valencia Test for MotoGP, as well as the Jerez Test for both the World Superbike and GP paddocks.
David and Scott recap the Japanese GP at Motegi, and the series of events that lead to Marc Marquez clinching the 2016 MotoGP Championship. The guys then give a preview of what to expect in Phillip island, for the Australian GP.
A little late because of illness, here's your recap of the Aragon GP. This show explores the headlines from Spain for the MotoGP Championship, as usual, but we also take a close look at the FIM's concussion protocol, in light of the events surrounding Danilo Petrucci. Afterwards, we examine World Superbike's stop at Magny-Cours, to see how the other World Championship is shaping up. We think you'll really enjoy the show.
Eight races, and eight different victors, the San Marino GP proved to be another thriller. David and Neil debrief the weekend's events at Misano, talking about Dani Pedrosa's victory and return to form, whether or not anyone can catch Marc Marquez in the championship, and the brewing feud between Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi. The show then finishes with the guys catching up on events in the Moto2 and Moto3 paddocks.
Recapping the CzechGP, Episode 36 sees David, Neil, and Scott talking about a very wet weekend at Brno. While it was tough on the riders, it created a lot to talk about for fans and journalists. As such, you won't want to miss this episode of the Paddock Pass Podcast.
Ducati's return to MotoGP's winner's circle, Johann Zarco's decimation of the Moto2 field, and how Romano Fenati lost the most-coveted Moto3 ride in the paddock...it must be the Austrian GP at the Red Bull Ring if we're talking about all this. Join David, Neil, Tony, and Scott for the discussion, you'll enjoy it.