Episodes
It’s Le Mans week for MotoGP but the big news of course since last time we spoke is that Suzuki have announced they will be pulling out of the sport at the end of the season, but Dorna have hit back and said well that might not be contractually allowed. We’ll have all the latest for you and what's next for both parties. Alongside a few interesting bits to come out of the Jerez test and D-Day is looming for a decision on that second seat on the factory Ducati. Don’t forget to like and...
Published 05/09/22
Jerez, Spain was the scene for the sixth round of the MotoGP World Championship and it was Francesco Baganaia who took the headlines, setting a blistering lap time to take pole position before going on to take his first win of the season, making it five different winners from six races and doing no favours to our own predictions leaderboard... Don’t forget to like and subscribe! Follow us on Social Media: Twitter - https://twitter.com/crash_motogp Instagram -...
Published 05/02/22
Published 05/02/22
A predominately soggy Portugal saw MotoGP action return to the Algarve track and it was Fabio Quartararo, the reigning champion who took his first win of the season. But drama in the closing stages with two podium contenders taken out sees us with a lot to talk about, plus Moto2, Moto3 and World Superbike action! Don’t forget to like and subscribe! Follow us on Social Media: Twitter - https://twitter.com/crash_motogp Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/crashnet_motogp/ Facebook -...
Published 04/25/22
After the opening four rounds of the 2022 MotoGP World Championship, it’s still anyone's guess as to who might well come out on top. Yamaha continue to struggle, Marc Marquez has proven he is simply not human and rumours swirl around rider moves already. It’s also Portugal race week as the premier class and Moto2 and Moto3 return to the Algarve. \ Don’t forget to like and subscribe! Follow us on Social Media: Twitter - https://twitter.com/crash_motogp Instagram -...
Published 04/18/22
A busy weekend of racing saw MotoGP arrive in America for the fourth round of the world championship. A resurfaced COTA after complaints the track was far too bumpy and dangerous after last years race saw a few of those issues ironed out, but not all. However, it was Ducati dominance in qualifying and from Jorge Martin who took pole. But a stunning performance from Enea Bastianini saw the Italian rider showcase his stunning form around the Texan track to take the lead in the closing stages...
Published 04/11/22
Quite a dramatic weekend in Argentina. It seemed MotoGP might not be able to get a race in at all after severe freight delays saw Fridays action cancelled. But a heroic effort by all the teams and personnel saw a condensed two day weekend get underway and the drama didn’t stop there. Action throughout the classes but we think everybody, no matter who you support, left with a smile on their face as Aprilia and Aleix Espargaro took their first ever Grand Prix win in the premier class. Follow us...
Published 04/04/22
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Published 03/28/22
A wet Indonesia hosted MotoGP for the first time, and just about got underway and it was a spectacular win for Miguel Oliveira in horrendous conditions. KTM looking good this weekend. Fabio Quartararo muscled his Yamaha onto the podium as well but where were Honda? And what about Marc Marquez, another serious incident ruled him out of taking part in the race. We’ll be discussing all that and more, including Moto2 and Moto3 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 03/21/22
It’s Race Week! Harry Benjamin, Pete McLaren and Keith Huewen have everything you need ahead of the Indonesian Grand Prix weekend. Plus they look ahead to what’s in store for our Moto2 and Moto3 riders for this season and Keith is back with his Insiders Guide as we gear up for Indonesia. At this time our thoughts are very much with the people of Ukraine; if you would like to support, click the link below to be taken to the Red Cross Crisis website. Thank...
Published 03/14/22
MotoGP in 2022 is well and truly back! Host, Harry Benjamin, Crash MotoGP editor Pete McLaren and Former Grand Prix Rider and British Champion Keith Huewen discuss all the fallout from the first Grand Prix of the Year  Moto3 provided some high octane action and Moto2 certainly kept us waiting until the final corner to find out who would make it to the podium. And of course the main event once again showed us how you can never predict MotoGP with a first time winner, whilst expected...
Published 03/07/22
It’s Race Week! The first of 21 this year…Harry Benjamin, Pete McLaren and Keith Huewen have everything you need ahead of the first Grand Prix weekend of the year. New red flag sporting rules announced, Suzuki finally reveal a team manager. Plus they look ahead to what’s in store for our Moto2 and Moto3 riders for this season and Keith is back with his Insiders Guide as we gear up for Qatar At this time our thoughts are very much with the people of Ukraine; if you would like to support, click...
Published 02/28/22
We’re back for season 2! With just over a week to go until the 2022 MotoGP season kicks back into action, former British Championship winning rider turned broadcaster, Keith Huewen, Crash MotoGP editor, Pete McLaren and host Harry Benjamin are back to cover all the latest news - including a look back at pre-season testing at the brand new Mandalika circuit. Plus, some breaking news as Francesco Bagnaia announces a contract extension with Ducati through to 2024; the debate on concussion...
Published 02/21/22
This week's opening 2022 episode of the Crash.net MotoGP podcast featuring Keith Huewen jumps straight into the top talking points in recent weeks - including Danilo Petrucci's brilliant Dakar debut, Valentino Rossi's four-wheel switch and the return of Marc Marquez after being sidelined for over two months by double vision problems. Attention then turns to the ongoing rumours that Toprak Razgatlioglu may switch to MotoGP in 2023, and the latest on the new automatic warning system under...
Published 01/27/22
The MotoGP 2021 season has now long since finished and we have said good bye to The Doctor and crowned a new World Champion in Fabio Quartararo. The guys have a look back through 2021, team by team, and decide what were the big hits and misses of the 2021 season. Thank you from the entire Crash team for being with us on our first podcast journey in 2021 and we hope you'll stay with us in 2022. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 12/14/21
Given the race season is now over we have asked a few guests to appear on the show, last week we had Danny Aldridge discussing technology and this week we have Luca De Angelis from EM Motorsport. EM Motorsport have been improving driver/rider safety since 2005 and Luca is here to discuss where we are and where we are going. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 11/30/21
In this, our penultimate 2021 MotoGP Season Podcast, we look at all the action from the Jerez MotoGP test to see who looks quick for 2022. And we have a very special guest in Danny Aldridge the MotoGP Technical Director talking us through how MotoGP is governed from a technical perspective. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 11/24/21
It was Valentino Rossi's last race in MotoGP. The guys discuss The Doctor, what he has meant to the sport and what it means for MotoGP going forward. It's also Danilo Petrucci's last race in MotoGP which is a sad day for the paddock as he's such a nice guy. In news from the Valencia MotoGP race, Bagnaia secured the victory from Martin and Miller. The guys also talk about Remy Gardner sealing the Moto2 championship. #Grazie Vale See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 11/15/21
This week the guys look at all the action from the weekend at the Algarve MotoGP round. The main talking points come from the Moto3 round where Binder took out Foggia to hand the Moto3 title to rookie Acosta. Bagnaia takes the win in the MotoGP race. We also discuss the absence of Marc Marquez from this weekends MotoGP. All that and your questions answered. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 11/08/21
Keith pays a tribute to Paul Smart, winner of the 1972 Imola 200, who unexpectedly died last week. RIP Paul Smart We also look at the Algarve MotoGP where Jorge Martin had his big accident earlier on in the year. And also the split in the RNF Yamaha MotoGP team The guys also discuss the rumours that David Brivio is coming back to MotoGP after only one season in F1. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 11/01/21
Fabio Quartararo wins the 2021 MotoGP World championship. Pecco Bagnaia amazingly crashes from a leading position handing the championship to Quarteraro. The guys also talk about the new rules that are coming into place around safety and raising the age of entry into the junior classes.. We also round up all the action from the Moto2 and Moto3 classes. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 10/25/21
This week the guys talk about the return of MotoGP at the Emilia Romagna round, can Fabio Quarteraro win the MotoGP championship in Italy? Also, this is Valentino Rossi's last MotoGP in Italy, can he spring a surprise? The guys also look at the results from this weekend in the WSBK, WSS and BSB. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 10/18/21
This week the guys are joined by BT Sport pundit Michael Laverty to discuss his new team in Moto3 and some of his other MotoGP related activities. We also ask Michael Laverty some of your questions. They discuss the complications around the Indonesian round of MotoGP next year and how the calendar is shaping is in 2022. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 10/12/21
Marc Marquez wins in Austin for 7th straight year to prove that he really is Captain America. Quarteraro and Bagnaia complete the podium. The lads also discuss the carnage that was the Moto3 race with Dennis Oncu being given a 2 race ban for causing the accident. This and your questions answered. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 10/04/21
This podcast is dedicated to Dean Berta Vinales who unfortuately lost his life in SSP300 over the weekend. The boys also chat about the upcoming US MotoGP from Circuit of the Americas and we discuss the last in-season that occurred at Misano, with Remy Gardner and Raul Fernandez stepping up. This and all your questions answered See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 09/27/21