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Tim and Steve bring you the least informed MotoGP podcast available. They may not be as knowledgeable as they would like but the pair love talking about motorcycle racing. Sometimes they even get things right. With MotoGP race reviews, third-hand gossip and their own uninformed opinions Tim and Steve bring their own brand of MotoGP news to your ears. If you want to join them in their unbridled enthusiasm for MotoGP then listen and subscribe today.
 
MotoPod, The Motorcycle Roadracing Podcast, is an internet radio show dedicated to MotoGP and motorcycle racing news, interviews, commentary, opinion and rumor! MotoPod's primary focus is MotoGP, the premier class of the FIM World Championship Motorcycle Grand Prix Road Racing Series, but we’ll have occasional sidetrips into the world of FIM SBK World Superbike, Supersport and many other forms of two wheeled motorsport. Find out what’s going on in the sport that is the pinnacle of motorsport ...
 
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Valentino Rossi heads to the Italian Grand Prix at Mugello in the worst form of his MotoGP career. Toby Moody, Simon Patterson and Valentin Khorounzhiy discuss what should be next for the sport's biggest star of the last two decades, and how the championship and Yamaha could possibly come to terms with him deciding to call it a day if that's the ch…
 
This week on For The Love Of MotoGP: Tim and Steve discuss the upcoming weekend at Sachsenring. But before that, they revisit the Catalunya test. What did we see during the test, any new innovations? Or just a load of teams working on set up? As for the upcoming race, the pair chat about Marquez. With Sachsenring being one of his most successful tr…
 
This week on For The Love Of MotoGP: An error during recording means the sound quality is not up to scratch. For that, Tim can only apologise. But the show continues. Tim and Steve discuss the weekend at Catalunya. They marvel over KTMs improvements and discuss the terrible stewarding decisions made during the race. Obviously, getting to see Fabio'…
 
The big talking points from MotoGP's Catalunya Grand Prix are all covered in detail by Toby Moody, Simon Patterson and Valentin Khorounzhiy, from KTM's incredible turnaround after a terrible start to 2021, to Fabio Quartararo's unzipped leathers and why the Yamaha rider needed to be stopped by race control. We also look at Maverick Vinales' busy of…
 
Ahh Mugello, such a beautiful track with an even more beautiful backdrop of the Tuscan hills and Alps in the distance. We missed you! Skyler and Jim go all in on MotoGP, track limits. Am I right?? Yeesh Moto 2 and 3 provided some of the best action of the weekend. Let's chat about it! GP startdevice video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CkejuVkq85A…
 
This week on For The Love Of MotoGP: Tim and Steve discuss the weekend at Mugello. First and foremost they send their thoughts and prayers to the family and friends of Jason Dupasquier. The pair then attempt to continue the show in their usual lighthearted fashion. They talk about the lack of Ducati domination and waffle on about KTM's improvements…
 
This week on For The Love Of MotoGP: Tim and Steve discuss the upcoming race at Mugello. They break down the recent MotoGP news, including; the latest on Valentino Rossi. Dovi and Aprilia's more "formal" relationship. Jorge Martin's replacement for the weekend and the sheer number of Ducatis that could be on the grid next year. The pair then explor…
 
This week on For The Love Of MotoGP: Tim and Steve discuss the crazy race at Le Mans. They once more admit their faults and accept that they judged Jack Miller too early. The pair discuss how Aprilia's weekend wasn't really as bad as it looks on paper and they chat about the championship favourites in Pecco Bagnaia and Fabio Quartararo. Tim & Steve…
 
Jack Miller made it back to back MotoGP wins in the crazy conditions of Le Mans, so does that prove he's the real deal in 2021 after all the doubts from the early races? Glenn Freeman stands in for Toby Moody as host this week to look back on the French Grand Prix with Simon Patterson and Valentin Khorounzhiy. We also explain why Fabio Quartararo c…
 
This week on For The Love Of MotoGP: Tim and Steve discuss the upcoming race at Le Mans. They discuss the recent spate of arm pump surgeries and once again chat about Dovi and Aprilia. Tim then tries to explain the Moto2 rule changes and Steve pretends to understand -- he's a good friend... The pair then explore the Le Mans Bugatti Grand Prix Circu…
 
This week on For The Love Of MotoGP: Tim and Steve discuss the most recent race at Jerez. They waffle on about the resurgence of Jack Miller and question The Doctor's recent run of form. The pair chat about Aprilia and their legit improvements. They also ponder about KTM's apparent downturn of form. Tim & Steve also run through the top 5 finishers …
 
Toby Moody, Simon Patterson and Valentin Khorounzhiy look back on all the MotoGP action from the Spanish Grand Prix at Jerez. They explain how Ducati landed a 1-2 at a track where it has traditionally struggled, what Fabio Quartararo's arm pump problem could mean for his season, and if time is finally up for Valentino Rossi.…
 
This week on For The Love Of MotoGP: Tim and Steve discuss the upcoming race at Jerez. They chat about Jorge Martin and his replacement for the upcoming race. They also share their views on the MotoGP Media Centre going paperless and then dive into their preview of the Jerez circuit. It's a shorter show this week guys. Tim was particularly knackere…
 
This week on For The Love Of MotoGP: Tim and Steve discuss the most recent race at Portimao. They dive into the return of Marc Marquez and discuss their views on the race. They chat about Aprilia's improvements and question whether Quartararo can continue this run of form. They also run through the top 5 finishers in both Moto3 and Moto2. Join us i…
 
Toby Moody, Simon Patterson and Valentin Khorounzhiy discuss if Fabio Quartararo and Yamaha have found the magic formula for 2021 following another victory in the Portuguese GP. We also try to work out what's going wrong for Maverick Vinales on the other factory bike, and the man Quartararo swapped seats with - none other than Valentino Rossi. Ther…
 
This week on For The Love Of MotoGP: Tim and Steve discuss the upcoming race at Portimao. They dive into the Marc Marquez return and chat about Dovi's Aprilia test. They also discuss the UN and their condemnation of the Lombok circuit in Indonesia. The pair chat about what they're expecting from Marquez this weekend and how they think the season mi…
 
This week on For The Love Of MotoGP: Tim and Steve discuss the Doha Grand Prix from Qatar. They cover all three classes and rant about the trackside advertising. The pair then discuss the MotoGP race, asking questions like: Will the launch devices have a big impact on the season? Can KTM improve? Will Aprilia remain fast? What's with Miller's moust…
 
MotoGP's second race in Qatar produced an action-packed Doha GP, but should the race officials should have intervened when Jack Miller and Joan Mir started swapping paint? Toby Moody, Simon Patterson and Val Khorounzhiy discuss how far is too far in the 'rubbing is racing' debate, as well as looking at all the other big talking points from the seco…
 
This week on For The Love Of MotoGP: Tim and Steve discuss the latest MotoGP race from Qatar. But before that Tim whines about messing up the recording. Sorry about the lower quality sound this week! Tim and Steve cover the three classes and take a deep dive into the terrible Virtual Fan Wall. They ask the questions we all want answers to: Is Maver…
 
Welp, this show is certainly late. Much like MotoGP the show went through preseason testing and there were a lot of bugs to work out. A lot more that have happened before. But we turned a few nobs and adjusted a few clicks to get the show back on track. So join us as we talk testing and give our season predictions. PS: The edit is a bit rough -- ©2…
 
The 2021 MotoGP season kicked off with the first of two back to back races in Qatar, and Yamaha's Maverick Vinales came through against a clutch of Ducati's to take the first win of the season. Toby Moody, Simon Patterson and Valentin Khorounzhiy review all the major talking points from the event, plus the latest news on the futures of the recoveri…
 
This week on For The Love Of MotoGP: Tim and Steve discuss the latest MotoGP news and get excited about what the 2021 season has in store. They discuss the fresh Marc Marquez news and briefly cover Valentino Rossi's recent interview. They talk about Dovi's "Sensational Return To MotoGP" and have a quick chat about Moto2 and Moto3 testing. Finally, …
 
Ahead of the 2021 MotoGP season kicking off in Qatar, Toby Moody, Simon Patterson and Valentin Khorounzhiy try to work out what to expect this year. Are we in for another wide-open title fight, where will Marquez fit in, and how much can we read into the condensed pre-season testing programme that took place at only one circuit?…
 
This week on For The Love Of MotoGP: Tim and Steve discuss the latest MotoGP news and recap what we've seen in the second part of testing. They discuss what we've seen from each factory and how they've all performed. The pair speculate widely about new parts and how they think each team will do throughout the year. They also cover the latest news i…
 
This week on For The Love Of MotoGP: Tim and Steve discuss the latest MotoGP news and recap what we've seen in the first three days of testing. They cover the final two team launches - Aprilia and Suzuki - before diving into Lorenzo's social media scraps. Tim has a powercut that threatens to derail the show but thankfully, electricity returns just …
 
Valentino Rossi has been unveiled at his new home for the 2021 MotoGP season, moving from the factory Yamaha team to the satellite Petronas squad. Toby Moody, Simon Patterson and Valentin Khorounzhiy discuss how Rossi came across in his media appearance as part of the team's launch, what they're expecting from him this year, and if he's still capab…
 
This week on For The Love Of MotoGP: Tim and Steve discuss the latest MotoGP news. They then dive into their predictions for the 2021 MotoGP season. Who will be the world champion? Or rookie of the year? Which team will come out on top and who will falter? Will Rossi win a race? And when, if at all, will Marc Marquez return to the grid? Tim and Ste…
 
If you're new to MotoGP, this is the show for you. Join Tim and Steve as they introduce you to MotoGP. They cover the bikes, the teams and the riders. They discuss how a race weekend works and go through each of the planned races for 2021. They finish up by running through some frequently asked questions. Join us in our For The Love Of MotoGP Faceb…
 
Hey Motopoders! Jim and Skyler come together to catch up on what is happening in the world of motorcycling. They talk about what is going on in their lives now and about the news. Jim has a special interview with Dr. Claire McDowell, who discusses concussions, broken bones, plating breaks and Marc Marquez's bone graft surgery. Skyler rejoins Jim an…
 
This week on For The Love Of MotoGP: Tim and Steve discuss the recent MotoGP news. - After a two month battle with COVID-19 Fausto Gresini has passed away - Repsol Honda and LCR team launches - Marc Marquez optimistic for a 2021 return - Rossi turns 42 Join us in our For The Love Of MotoGP Facebook Community - https://www.facebook.com/groups/115700…
 
Following the death of MotoGP team boss Fausto Gresini, Toby Moody and Simon Patterson reflect on his legacy in motorcycle racing. They also recall their favourite moments from Gresini's riders and bikes over the years, how the team dealt with two major tragedies in the 21st century, and how its Aprilia project is shaping up in 2021…
 
This week on For The Love Of MotoGP: Tim & Steve discuss the career of MotoGP freshman, Enea Bastianini. It's 2021 and Enea is the reigning Moto2 champion. His Championship snuck up on us a little but consistency is key. Bastianini entered Moto3 in 2014 and was widely regarded as a champion in the making. His Moto3 career was a little up and down b…
 
Toby Moody and Simon Patterson reflect on the 2021 MotoGP launches from Ducati, KTM and Yamaha, and how the championship's tech freeze for this year will affect each manufacturer on the grid. They also round up the latest news in the world of grand prix motorcycle racing, from updates on Fausto Gresini's health in hospital, to the 2021 calendar, Ma…
 
Firstly - Apologies for the second time this episode has hit your podcast feed. We had a technical error. This week on For The Love Of MotoGP: Tim & Steve discuss the career of MotoGP freshman, Luca Marini. It's 2021 and Luca Marini is about to make his debut in MotoGP. As Valentino Rossi's half brother, Luca is perceived as having an advantage in …
 
This week on For The Love Of MotoGP: Tim & Steve discuss the career of MotoGP freshman, Jorge Martin. It's 2021 and Martin is about to arrive on the MotoGP grid. From his Red Bull Rookies win in 2014, to his Moto3 world championship in 2018, Martin has been a dominant force in the GP paddock. If he wasn't struck with COVID during the 2020 Moto2 cha…
 
We look ahead to the 2021 MotoGP season with Toby Moody and Simon Patterson revealing their wishlist for the new campaign. Find out what we want to see from MotoGP this year, from a Marc Marquez return, Suzuki's life after Davide Brivio's departure to F1, Jack Miller riding for the factory Ducati team, our hopes for the calendar in another disrupte…
 
This week on For The Love Of MotoGP: Tim & Steve discuss the career of Esteve 'Tito' Rabat. It's 2021 and Tito Rabat has left the MotoGP Paddock to take a ride in WSBK. From a wildcard in 2005 to a world championship in 2014 and a terrible injury in 2018, Tito's career has been a rollercoaster. Question of the week: Will Tito have a more successful…
 
This week on For The Love Of MotoGP: Tim & Steve both drink out of date booze and discuss the career of Cal Crutchlow. 2021 sees Cruthclow leave a fulltime MotoGP ride to focus on a testing role with Yamaha. He's ridden for three different manufacturers across the years and scored podiums with each of them - even becoming the first Brit since Barry…
 
This week on For The Love Of MotoGP: Tim & Steve pass comment on things they really don't understand. With the news that Davide Brivio is moving on from the MotoGP paddock and onto F1, the pair discuss his career up until this point. At times they disagree on the facts but they're both as enthusiastic as ever. Question of the week: Do you think the…
 
Our first episode of 2021 is a tech special, with Neil Spalding joining Toby Moody to look at the challenges facing every manufacturer as they bid to improve their machinery for the new season. Toby and Neil cover what's left for Suzuki to find, why Yamaha's focus will need to be on more than just its controversial engine, how KTM will handle losin…
 
Happy New Year! Welcome to a whole new year of MotoGP chats with Tim and Steve. In no way do the pair know what they're talking about but they're pretty good at pretending they do! This week they discuss the career of Andrea Dovizioso as he leaves the MotoGP grid behind. This week's question is: Do you think Dovi will ever ride in a MotoGP race aga…
 
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