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In the latest edition of the Tank Slappers Podcast, double MotoGP race winner Danilo Petrucci joins Autosport's Lewis Duncan to discuss his wild Dakar debut. Full of drama, fairy-tale success, and a run in with a camel, this is one not to be missedโดย The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri
 
Lewis Duncan and Oriol Puigdemont recount an emotional weekend saying goodbye to Rossi after 26 seasons of grand prix racing. Uri was in Valencia to witness the celebration of his stellar career.โดย The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri
 
Your regular host, Lewis Duncan, is having a lie down in a dark room after a crazy weekend of writing about MotoGP’s new champion. So Megan White is on the podcast today with Oriol Puigdemont to talk about Fabio Quartararo clinching teh MotoGP title. We also have the matter of the Misano GP to talk about. The prospect of Fabio Quartararo clinching …
 
Lewis Duncan and Oriol Puigdemont are back to review the MotoGP race at COTA. Marc Marquez was back on the top step of the podium. Lewis and Uri were impressed by a mighty display from Marquez but recognise this might be the new Marc we have to get used to.โดย The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri
 
Lewis Duncan and Oriol Puigdemont talk to new PETRONAS Yamaha Sepang Racing Team rider Andrea Dovizioso, who joins the squad for the final five rounds of the 2021 MotoGP season. Dovi is back in MotoGp with a new bike and new team. He says it was important to start working with the team as soon as possible, and learn the bike. On the podcast today h…
 
Lewis Duncan and Oriol Puigdemont look back at the MotoGP 2021 San Marino Grand Prix. Last time out on the Tank Slappers podcast we predicted the continued pace of Pecco Bagnaia and he didn't disappoint. Uri describes the weekend like an exhibition by the whole of the Ducati family for a variety of reasons. The guys look at the young stars who are …
 
Francesco Bagnaia finally stood on the top step of the podium in MotoGP after a thrilling battle with Marc Marquez in the closing laps of the Aragon GP. What this the Marquez of old? Or at least, the best of version of Marquez we could hope for? Also on the podcast we ask what this means for Ducati, why Mir was left unsatisfied by third, and whethe…
 
Lewis Duncan and Uri Puigdemont are back to analyse all the action from the British GP and how they feel one particular rider had a perfect race. Meanwhile the championship is disappearing out of reach for some others, who will surely be reflecting on how their seasons have faltered. There's also much more to talk about after a busy weekend of team…
 
Brad Binder scored his second-career MotoGP victory with a stunning gamble (or perhaps more kindly, a well calculated risk) to stay on dry tyres as many of the field behind pitted as the rain fell. Riders who did pit were able to charge back through the field as those on dry tyres struggled to keep their bikes on track. It was a chaotic and breathl…
 
Maverick Viñales was suspended by Yamaha and withdrawn from this weekend's Austrian Grand Prix for trying to deliberately damage his bike's engine in the Styrian GP, the team suggests. On today's podcast Lewis Duncan and Oriol Puigdemont react to the claims, which we first heard about in an official statement issued by Yamaha on Thursday. We look a…
 
It was a weekend which started with the bombshell Rossi announcement, continued with an uncertain weather forecast and eventually had a red flag stoppage to put everyone on the edge of their seat. Jorje Martin led home fellow Spaniard Joan Mir to win the Styrian GP. Lewis Duncan and Oriol Puigdemont analyse Martin's first MotoGP victory and how he …
 
MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi has confirmed the 2021 season will be his last after announcing his retirement from motorcycle racing on Thursday in Austria. Lewis Duncan and Oriol Puigdemont discuss their initial reactions to the news, how his legacy will be viewed after 26 seasons, and what next for the man who never overstayed his welcome in MotoG…
 
On today's Tank Slappers, Lewis Duncan and Oriol Puigdemont discuss some of the biggest stories of the last week, including the possibility of reigning six-time World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea joining SRT for 2022.โดย The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri
 
Valentino Rossi’s VR46 team is due to graduate to MotoGP in 2022 but there is continued confusion around a reported sponsorship deal with Aramco. It could see Rossi riding for the team next year in order to secure the lucrative funding required to support a race team, rather than the line up of Luca Marini alongside Marco Bezzecchi. During the Dutc…
 
It was widely reported over the weekend that Viñales was considering a split, but this morning we heard confirmation that he is leaving Yamaha at the end of the season. He'll be leaving the best package on the grid, a lucrative contract and yet his options seem limited. What does Viñales want to find in another team? On the podcast today Lewis Dunc…
 
Marc Marquez returned to the top step of the podium yesterday at the German MotoGP Grand Prix. After missing 2020, and showing his form since his return to competitive action, he finally completed his comeback 581 days after his last victory at Valencia in 2019. Lewis Duncan and Oriol Puigdemont analyse how Marc took the lead and kept the field at …
 
Today's podcast is partly recorded in a noisy airport as Oriol and his family are finally able to travel home to Spain after 15+ months of being in Australia due to the pandemic outbreak whilst he was there. We wish him a safe journey home and can't wait to get back to recording in the same location again. On the show today, Lewis and Uri look at t…
 
Lewis Duncan and Oriol Puigdemont bring us their thoughts, and insight from the MotoGP fraternity, following the tragic death of Moto3 rider Jason Dupasquier last weekend. There was debate in the paddock about the decision to hold Sunday's MotoGP Italian Grand Prix, but the event went ahead as scheduled, and today we discuss the different opinions …
 
In a special edition of the Tank Slappers Podcast, 1993 500cc world champion Kevin Schwantz guests to discuss the current MotoGP season. In a wide-ranging interview with Autosport's Lewis Duncan and Motorsport.com's Oriol Puigdemont, the former Suzuki rider discusses the situation with MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi at the moment and gives his asses…
 
Jack Miller took his first MotoGP win in five years at the Spanish Grand Prix to put his 2021 season back on course following a tricky start. Miller didn't make the start to life at the factory Ducati squad as was expected of him, the Australian admitting pre-Jerez that he was "in the shit" having come in for criticism for his performances to that …
 
Lewis Duncan and Oriol Puigdemont analyse a thrilling MotoGP Portuguese Grand Prix, which also saw an emotional return to racing for Marc Marquez.โดย The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri
 
Honda finally announced the return of Mark Marquez over the weekend. Which version of Marquez will we see at Portimao? After being off a MotoGP bike for so long, it was always going to be a challenge to come back, let alone at a particularly difficult circuit. Lewis Duncan and Oriol Puigdemont analyse the challenges facing Marquez, and tackle some …
 
Maverick Viñales drew first blood in the 2021 MotoGP World Championship with a commanding victory on his Yamaha in the Qatar Grand Prix. The Spaniard had shown strong race pace throughout testing and practice for the Qatar GP, but all too often in recent years has that form disappeared and Vinales left to offer a meek showing on Sundays. But, despi…
 
Marc Marquez will not race in this weekend's opening round of the 2021 MotoGP season in Qatar, nor in the follow-up Doha Grand Prix as he continues recovering from injury. The Honda rider has only recently been able to start training on motorcycles again following his third operation on the right arm he broke in last July's Spanish GP. In the lates…
 
The 2021 MotoGP season is just around the corner and it’s a big one for Suzuki rider Joan Mir. The Spaniard stunned the world in 2020 by winning his first MotoGP world title in just his second year in the class, ending a 20-year wait for Suzuki in the process. Now he gears up for the new campaign beginning on 28 March in Qatar with the target firml…
 
The MotoGP pre season for 2021 has come to a close two weeks before the first race. We think there are two main conclusions: 3 of the Yamaha's are very fast, and Miller on the Ducati will be a big threat. But what are the other lessons we learned from the testing at Qatar? Which riders and teams still be struggling when the season gets underway? Jo…
 
The 2021 MotoGP season is drawing closer, with the first of two pre-season tests in Qatar taking place last weekend. New factory Yamaha signing Fabio Quartararo topped the test outright as he got work evaluating the M1’s new chassis, though wasn’t totally sold on it just yet. Ducati debuted a new aero concept, with Jack Miller going second fastest …
 
Firstly, on a sad note, we lost one of the biggest and brightest personalities in the paddock - Fausto Gresini. We pay our tribute and talk about how highly regarded he was.โดย The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri
 
Despite winning half of 2020’s MotoGP races, Yamaha factory riders struggled for consistency and came up well short of the title. After its 2021 launch event, Autosport’s Lewis Duncan and Motorsport.com’s Oriol Puigdemont discuss Yamaha’s prospects for the season aheadโดย The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri
 
In the first Tank Slappers Podcast of 2021, Autosport's Lewis Duncan and Motorsport.com's Oriol Puigdemont discuss what Davide Brivio's shock Suzuki exit will do to the team and how it plans to forge ahead. They also talk about what effect COVID-19 will have in the early months of MotoGP 2021 and look into Dovizioso's comments about his Ducati exit…
 
As 2020 winds down, Oriol Puigdemont and Lewis Duncan take a look back over MotoGP’s wildest season. It was a year in which a new champion was crowned and the reigning one absent; where news stars shone brightly and burned out just as quickly; where the old guard bid farewell, and where the racing was as thrilling as it has ever been.…
 
Six-time MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez had a third operation on the arm he broke in July at the Spanish Grand Prix. Having missed the whole of the 2020 campaign, Marquez now faces a six-month recovery period from his latest operation - though Honda is yet to confirm this. In the latest Tank Slappers Podcast, Lewis Duncan and Oriol Puigdemont d…
 
After a punishing schedule of 14 races in 18 weeks, the 2020 MotoGP season came to an end in Portugal with home hero Miguel Oliveira romping to a dominant victory from pole position. Franco Morbidelli finished runner-up in the standings on another miserable day for Yamaha’s 2020 M1 riders, while the world champion’s victory lap didn’t quite go to p…
 
MotoGP crowned a new world champion at the Valencia Grand Prix when Joan Mir took Suzuki to its first premier class world title in 20 years. The 23-year-old Spaniard’s sophomore MotoGP campaign has been ultra-consistent, netting him the crown with a round to spare in MotoGP’s maddest year. In the latest Tank Slappers, Lewis Duncan and Oriol Puigdem…
 
Joan Mir is now within sight of the 2020 MotoGP championship after securing his maiden victory in the European Grand Prix. The most consistent rider of the season, his first win has come at a perfect moment, coinciding with Yamaha’s challenge seemingly crumbling after a miserable weekend. Autosport’s Lewis Duncan and Motorsport.com’s Oriol Puigdemo…
 
After failing a COVID-19 test, Valentino Rossi could well miss this weekend’s European Grand Prix at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit near Valencia. Yamaha has announced he will be replaced by GRT Yamaha World Superbike rider Garrett Gerloff should he be unable to race. This is the second time Yamaha has elected against running test rider Jorge Lorenzo in…
 
Franco Morbidelli became just the second repeat winner of the 2020 MotoGP season and has come back into championship contention with three rounds to go. His fellow Yamaha riders Fabio Quartararo and Maverick Vinales once again struggled at Aragon, with Suzuki’s Joan Mir opening up his championship lead to 14. In the latest Tank Slappers podcast, Au…
 
In the latest Tank Slappers podcast, Autosport’s Lewis Duncan and Motorsport.com’s Oriol Puigdemont discuss all the action from a dramatic Aragon Grand Prix won by Suzuki’s Alex Rins. A “disaster day” for Fabio Quartararo left him in 18th and lost him the lead in the championship to Joan Mir by six points, while Honda rookie Alex Marquez once again…
 
In the latest Tank Slappers podcast, Autosport’s International Editor Lewis Duncan is joined as always by Motorsport.com’s Global MotoGP Editor to preview this weekend’s 10th round of the 2020 MotoGP season from Aragon.โดย The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri
 
Fabio Quartararo won the Catalan Grand Prix to return to the lead of the MotoGP standings, while another podium for Joan Mir puts him into second. With the title battle beginning to look like a battle between the MotoGP sophomores, can anyone else work their way back into contention? In the latest Tank Slappers Podcast, Autosport’s International Ed…
 
Four points covering the top four in the championship proves that, compared to any other motorsport, MotoGP continues to deliver for the fans. Six different winners so far in 2020 shows how this championship will go down to the wire. But why is this? How much is the absence of Marquez a factor? And what about the change to rear tyres? Autosport Int…
 
Autosport International Editor Lewis Duncan and by Motorsport.com’s Global MotoGP Editor Oriol Puigdemont look back at the San Marino GP. another eventful race. Franco Mobidelli dominated the race after taking an early lead and pulling out a gap over second-place Rossi. Quartararo had a miserable weekend after crashing twice whilst pushing too hard…
 
Autosport International Editor Lewis Duncan and by Motorsport.com’s Global MotoGP Editor Oriol Puigdemont look back at another eventful race. Maverick Vinales threw himself from his Yahama at 140mph when his brake exploded at turn 1 as he began lap 17. After race we learned that his brakes were fading from lap 4, which caused some: was continuing t…
 
Andrea Dovizioso's shock announcement about his departure from Ducati at the end of the current MotoGP season was followed 24 hours later by a win at the Austrian Grand Prix. Autosport International Editor Lewis Duncan and by Motorsport.com’s Global MotoGP Editor Oriol Puigdemont analyse the implications for his career and where Dovi could be racin…
 
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