The final MotoGP race is in the books, and so the Paddock Pass Podcast crew have one last race to look back at. David Emmett, Neil Morrison, and Adam Wheeler review the Valencia MotoGP race, and how Pecco Bagnaia came to be champion.
We examine Bagnaia's title campaign, and ask whether he was a worthy champion. We review Suzuki's decision to pull out, in light of Alex Rins winning two of the last three MotoGP races. We discuss the promotion of MotoGP and its events, with a view to the introduction of sprint races next year. And we discuss Aprilia's bad year, Honda's issues, and more. And we finish up as usual with our winners and losers of the weekend.
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