Paddock Pass Podcast Episode 213: Weirdness And Wonder From The Barcelona MotoGP Round

In the latest episode of the Paddock Pass Podcast, Steve English, Neil Morrison, Adam Wheeler, and David Emmett gather to look back at one of the stranger MotoGP races we have seen in a while. The big point of discussion was naturally the last few laps of the MotoGP race, in which Fabio Quartararo's leathers suddenly opened. We all weigh in on how it happened, why it happened, and whether the Frenchman should have been black flagged for his own safety.

There was plenty more to talk to. Valentino Rossi's rise and fall, what to make of Marc Marquez and the problems at Honda, Miguel Oliveira and KTM's turnaround, bagging 45 points in two races, how Maverick Viñales' change of crew chief panned out, and just how strong Ducati is, with Jack Miller and Johann Zarco.

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