Paddock Pass Podcast #98 – Argentina GP

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Episode 98 of the Paddock Pass Podcast is out, and in it we see Jensen Beeler joining Neil Morrison and David Emmett on the microphones, as we wrap up coverage on the Argentina GP.

Of course, there is plenty to talk about from this South American track, most notable the dominance of a certain Mr. Marc Marquez.

It was the battle for second that defined the grand prix in Argentina, and it brings up some interesting points on the pecking order in the MotoGP Championship.

A conversation about Argentina wouldn’t be complete without a discussion about Cal Crutchlow’s jump-start and the harsh penalty that the infraction drew. From there we talk about the options available to the FIM Stewards and what MotoGP can do for future similar events.

This then leads us into a talk about the MSMA, which is currently fractured over the use of aerodynamics in racing, and what the rules in MotoGP should define for teams and manufacturers going forward.

The show then concludes with a quick preview of what to expect in Austin, Texas as the MotoGP paddock heads to the United States for its next round.

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