The Paddock Pass Podcast's week of 2021 preview comes to a close with a look ahead at the Moto3 class. Steve English, Neil Morrison, Adam Wheeler, and David Emmett gather virtually to take a look at the most frenetic of the Grand Prix motorcycle racing classes.
Just as in the other previews, we run through our expectations for the year. We talk about the favorites in the Moto3 class, the pressure on riders like John McPhee to win the title in his last year in the class, what experienced riders like Niccolo Antonelli and Romano Fenati have to achieve, whether Darryn Binder can challenge for the title now he has moved into the Petronas Sprinta team, and what we can expect from Jaume Masia, Gabri Rodrigo, and Jeremy Alcoba.
We discuss Moto3's outstanding crop of rookies, including Pedro Acosta and Izan Guevara, and what kind of impact they will have on the class in their first year. And we talk to Darryn Binder, who talks about his high hopes for 2021, adapting to the Honda from the KTM, how hard it is to get into MotoGP coming from South Africa, and whether having a brother already in MotoGP is an advantage or disadvantage.
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