Full Throttle: Eurosport Bikes Podcast
WSBK title 'very much on' after Toprak's Misano display fires warning to Rea
Season 4, Ep. 4
In the latest episode of Full Throttle, James Whitham joins Greg Haines to discuss the weekend’s action at Misano! Toprak Razgatlioglu claimed his first victory of 2021, eating into Jonathan Rea’s championship lead. Plus, the team analyse Michael Ruben Rinaldi’s two race wins, and reflect on the “madness” of Ana Carrasco’s victory in Misano WorldSSP300 Race 2.
‘Little bit unfair’ - WSBK star Alex Lowes on yellow flag drama at Estoril, Eugene Laverty also drops in
Season 4, Ep. 3
A stellar cast join Greg Haines on the latest Full Throttle, with World Superbikes stars Alex Lowes (Kawasaki) and Eugene Laverty (RC Squadra Corse) dropping in. WSBK heads to Italy this weekend with Jonathan Rea seeking to extend his lead in the Riders’ Championship at Misano after four wins in the first six races.
Jonathan Rea stars in Estoril as motorsport remembers Jason Dupasquier
Season 4, Ep. 2
Jonathan Rea won twice in Estoril before dedicating his victories to Swiss Moto3 rider Jason Dupasquier, who tragically died during qualifying in Italy. Elsewhere, Garrett Gerloff caused a stir with his risk-taking and there was some yellow flag woe for riders.
‘Dominated forever!' - Can anyone stop Jonathan Rea in 2021?
Season 4, Ep. 1
Another season, another chance for Jonathan Rea to rack up the wins in WorldSBK. And the six-time world champion did not hang around, winning the first two races in the opening round in Aragon. Greg Haines and James Whitham are back also to heap more praise on Rea and chat through the upcoming season on Full Throttle...
2020 season review – Marks out of 10 and can anyone catch Rea in 2021?
Season 3, Ep. 24
It's the last podcast of the 2020 season! Julian Ryder joins Greg Haines to review an unforgettable World Superbikes season for all kinds of reasons.And we give marks out of 10 for each rider, as well as asking if anyone can stop six-time world champion Jonathan Rea in 2021...
Just when you thought it was all over… a sensational Magny-Cours
Season 3, Ep. 23
Greg Haines and Julian Ryder digest a sensational weekend of World Superbikes at Magny-Cours. There’s Rea milestones, Redding’s recovery and BMW fury at Garrett Gerloff, complete with interviews… but do they all mean what they say? BSB doesn’t go unnoticed, either, as five competitors stand a chance of the title on finals day!
Jonathan Rea extends Championship lead with Catalunya win
Season 3, Ep. 22
Greg Haines and Julian Ryder go back over World Superbikes first visit to Barcelona.There's also some random memories from Julian and plenty of laughs... just don't tell Niall Mackenzie!
'Jonny Rea continues to do what Jonny Rea does'… but has new rival emerged?
Season 3, Ep. 21
Greg Haines and Julian Ryder salute Michael Ruben Rinaldi for unsettling Jonathan Rea in the World Superbike at MotorLand Aragon. Rinaldi claimed his maiden win in WSBK in Race One in Spain on a weekend that saw three different winners for the first time in 2020.
WSBK championship on a knife edge, and Whit was once saved by monkeys
Season 3, Ep. 20
Whit and Greg Haines look back at Aragón while discussing memories from the past. And how many circuits has Whit ridden?Whit joins us and gives insight as to a brand-new system of braking being used on the track and also tells us a story of how a test day was cut short as he was attacked by a troop of monkeys, much to his advantage.