BT Sport MotoGP Podcast
Marvellous Marquez reigns supreme
After a stunning MotoGP season, we got the finale we were hoping for with Marc Marquez taking the title after a tension filled weekend in Valencia. He has now won six World Championships - four in five years in MotoGP - remarkable for a 24-year-old. As always, the BT Sport team were at the heart of the action to grab all the reaction from the World Champion and his Honda team to review the race and this great season.
Marquez with one hand on the trophy?
Marc Marquez came out on top at Phillip Island following a stunning race which saw the top seven over-take one another 73 times and separated by just +5.619 seconds - the closest ever gap in the MotoGP era. Gavin Emmett, Keith Huewen and Julian Ryder look back on that incredible race and ponder whether Andrea Dovizioso can keep the title challenge going on to the last round at Valencia.
Dovi beats Marquez in a classic
Gavin Emmett, Keith Huewen and Julian Ryder are still on a high from the simply stunning, last lap battle between Andrea Dovizioso and Marc Marquez at Japan. What a race it was. Now we wonder whether Dovi can over turn the 11 point gap on Marquez and win the championship? Hear from both title protagonists in this podcast, while elsewhere we analyse Danilo Petrucci's fine season, why the satellite Yamahas are out-performing the factory bikes and the title chases in Moto2 and Moto3.
Marquez takes grip on championship
From level on points to 16 in the lead, Marc Marquez rode brilliant race at home at Aragon to take a dominant strangle hold on the championship. Dani Pedrosa and Jorge Lorenzo completed the podium, while Valentino Rossi heroically finished fifth, 24 days after breaking his leg. As always, the BT Sport team were at the heart of the action in the paddock to bring you all the reaction from all the protagonists on race day.
The championship is level
I know we say it every week, but what a championship this is turning out to be. Now Marc Marquez and Andrea Dovizioso are level on points at the top of the championship with Maverick Vinales keeping a watching brief in third, a further 16 points back. At San Marino, Marc Marquez mastered the wet condition to take victory and break the heart of Danilo Petrucci who for a long time looked like would take his maiden win in the class. As always, the BT Sport MotoGP team were at the heart of the action in pit-lane to grab all the fall-out from a dramatic day of racing at Misano.
Dovi takes championship lead
Andrea Dovizioso’s 2017 gets better and better as he takes his fourth win of the season under the baking heat at Silverstone to take the lead in the championship. Behind him finished Maverick Vinales and Valentino Rossi, while former championship leader Marc Marquez suffered a mechanical problem. As always, Suzi Perry, Colin Edwards, Neil Hodgson, Keith Huewen, Julian Ryder and Gavin Emmett were at the heart of the action in pit lane to grab all the reaction to a brilliant home Grand Prix. We’ll be back in two weeks’ time from San Marino.
Dovi wins a classic
In the race of the season, Andrea Dovizioso pipped Marc Marquez to the finish line following an epic battle under the sun at the Red Bull Ring. Hear from Dovi, Marc and third place man Dani Pedrosa as the BT Sport MotoGP team bring you all the reaction from race day in Austria. Presented by Suzi Perry, with Colin Edwards, Neil Hodgson, Keith Huewen, Julian Ryder and Gavin Emmett.
Marquez plays a tactical masterstroke
Marc Marquez plays his bike change strategy to perfection to take victory and extend this lead in the MotoGP championship to 14 points. As always, in this podcast you can hear from all the protagonists on race day as well as Craig Doyle, Colin Edwards, Neil Hodgson, Keith Huewen, Julian Ryder and Gavin Emmett as the BT Sport team brings you all the reaction from pit-lane.
Marquez masters Sachsenring again
Marc Marquez won his fifth straight MotoGP race at the Sachsenring in Germany ahead of home favourite Jonas Folger and Dani Pedrosa. Victory also carried Marquez, who has now won his last eight races at the historic circuit across all classes, to the top of the championship standings although the top four are separated by just 10 points. The BT Sport team of Craig Doyle, James Toseland, Neil Hodgson, Keith Huewen, Julian Ryder and Gavin Emmett were in the thick of it once again and bring you all the reaction from pit lane following another thrilling day of action.