Episode 202 of the Paddock Pass Podcast is out, and this show covers the on-track action from the Spanish GP, as well as the fallout after the checkered flag waved.
The first topic of conversation is the popular win by Jack Miller, who nabbed is first dry-race victory.
The achievement was flanked by Pecco Bagnaia, who brought his Demosedici GP21 for a 1-2 finish for Ducati, and the Italian leaves Jerez as the leader of the MotoGP Championship.
Of course, for Miller to win, we had to witness the fall of Fabio Quartararo, who suffered from arm pump in the closing laps. The guys talk a bit about this condition, with Adam providing some keen insights into the topic from the MX side of things.
Lastly, the show finishes with some thoughts about the decline of Valentino Rossi, and whether the time is right to talk about his retirement from motorcycle racing.
As always, the conversation is insightful and lively, and it helps prime us for the start of the MotoGP season this weekend.
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