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Paddock Pass Podcast Episode 298 – MotoGP in Motegi

Episode 298 of Paddock Pass Podcast is out, and this shows that we are looking back at the Japanese GP at Motegi.

On the microphone, we have the usual team Steve English, Adam Wheeler, David Emmettand Neil Morrison when they talk about events from the Japan ring.

On the show, the guys covered a lot of ground, starting with weird situations over the weekend, and the lack of follow-up time affected the results.

Part of that is Jack Miller’s impressive win at Motegi, and we discuss why Ducati seems incapable of winning a racer’s championship. We discuss Pecco Bagnaia’s mistake – and Aleix Espargaro’s woes – and how that gave Fabio Quartararo the opportunity to prolong the championship.

They then talked about Aron Canet, how he revealed to the Spanish media the secret behind his podium bow, and why he abandoned that custom.

The boys asked if he would be better off in the WorldSBK paddock where his tattoos would be less of a hindrance, after he claims the teams in the MotoGP paddock rejected him because of them.

Naturally, the show discussed the return of Marc Marquez and his fourth place. We present the winners and losers, and then a quick look at this weekend’s race at Buriram in Thailand.

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