Episode 242 of the Paddock Pass Podcast is out, and this show covers the MotoGP action from the Americas GP at the Circuit of the Americas in the United States.
The show starts with a quick discussion of the dramatic incident in Moto3 – more of which to come in our follow-up Moto2 and Moto3 show later this week – and then the guys go through their moments of the weekend, and then the big talking points emerge.
First up, the crew discusses why Austin produces such stretched out races, and where else MotoGP could race in the USA.
Next, they investigate the mystery of the Safety Commission, what goes on, and why we sometimes do, and sometimes don’t hear from it.
Moving on, we talk Marc Marquez win, and what it means going forward. Is the championship is done already?
Finally, the guys finish up with a look at their winners and losers of the weekend.
As always, the conversation is insightful and lively, and adds another dimension to what goes on in the MotoGP Championship paddock.
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