Paddock Pass Podcast #126 – 2020 Season Preview

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Episode 126 of the Paddock Pass Podcast is out, and this one covers a little bit of everything – the MotoGP Paddock, the Superbike shuffle, and a bit of palace intrigue.

In this episode, we once again have Steve EnglishNeil Morrison, and David Emmett on the mics, as the trio discusses the upcoming 2020 racing season for the MotoGP and WorldSBK Championships.

In addition to looking ahead, the guys also take a look back on the headlines that have developed in the off-season, most notably the doping results from Andrea Iannone, which the show spends a fair amount of time discussing.

Other topics include whether the 2020 racing season will be a breakout moment for either the KTM or Aprilia MotoGP teams, and what factors could contribute to the success of those factories.

The guys also start thinking about what the future grid could be, and speculate about when retirements could come for Valentino Rossi, Cal Crutchlow, and Andrea Dovizioso.

Lastly, there is a look at the World Superbike paddock, which will see the arrival of Scott Redding on the factory Ducati team, the introduction of Alvaro Bautista to the new Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP.

As usual, the show is packed with great commentary from the guys regarding what is going on in the paddock, and we think you will enjoy listening to their insights.

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Jensen Beeler

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