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Marquez & Bagnaia Clash In Portimao 💥 Portuguese GP Review

Season 4, Ep. 96

On this week's episode of the Crash MotoGP podcast, the team review the Portuguese Grand Prix. Which seen Marc Marquez & Pecco Bagnaia clash in Grand Prix which left them with zero points. Jorge Martin looked fantastic in Portimao and has now opened up a good points lead in the World Championship. Maverick Vinales suffered late heartbreak as his Aprilia suffered Gearbox issues, but some comfort for him as he won the Sprint Race. Enea Bastianini looked back to his old self after grabbing Pole Position & 2nd in the Grand Prix. But what about The Rookie, Pedro Acosta. Grabbing his first MotoGP Podium in just his 2nd ever MotoGP Grand Prix, truly incredible.


We also talk about Moto2 & THAT overtake from Toprak Razgatlioglu in WorldSBK.


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