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Paddock Pass Podcast #155 – Andalucia GP

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Episode 155 of the Paddock Pass Podcast is out, and this one sees David Emmett and Neil Morrison meeting up for Round 2 in Jerez, this time discussing the Andalucia GP.

With an eventful weekend in Spain, the crew has plenty to discuss from the race weekend, the first topic of which is Marc Marquez’s abstention from the racing activities, unable to overcome his injuries from the Spanish GP race.

The guys dive into the reasons why Marquez didn’t race, and then move on to look at those who did, namely the trio of Yamahas as the front of the pack.

Of course, a good amount of conversation is about Fabio Quartararo, who grabbed his second race-win in a row – with authority.

Equal measure is also given to Valentino Rossi, who surprised many with his podium finish, which certainly is going to fuel fires about Rossi’s racing future amongst fans. Lastly, some time is given to Maverick Viñales, who split the two big names from the weekend.


Of course, you cannot talk about the performance of the Yamaha riders without talking about the performance of the Yamaha YZF-M1, which is starting to show some worrying reliability issues in the first two races of the seasons.

Other topics included whether Andrea Dovizioso should be disappointed with his sixth-place finish; what happened to Jack Miller and Pecco Bagnaia; Suzuki’s tough weekend; Aprilia’s continuing issues; and the large number of DNFs in the MotoGP race.

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Jensen Beeler

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