BT Sport MotoGP Podcast

BT Sport MotoGP Podcast

United Kingdom

Craig Doyle, Suzi Perry, Colin Edwards, Neil Hodgson, Gavin Emmett and the rest of the BT Sport MotoGP team bring you the best insight and analysis from every round of the greatest show on two wheels.


Australian GP - Preview: The old Marquez in Aus?  

With the 2016 title in the bag, will we see a return to the old 'win it or bin it' Marc Marquez at the Australian GP this weekend? Either way we are in for some fantastic racing at a track which is a firm favourite for fans and spectators alike. With Gavin Emmett, Neil Hodgson and Julian Ryder.

Japan GP - Review: Marquez crowned champion  

Keith Huewen, Julian Ryder and Neil Hodgson pay tribute to the magnificent Marc Marquez as the Spaniard wrapped up his third MotoGP title in four seasons. Hear from all the main men on race day as the boys hot foot it from the circuit to the airport for their flight to Australia!

Japan GP - Preview: Marquez to be champ in Japan?  

With a 52 point lead in the MotoGP championship, Marc Marquez looks nailed on to win the 2016 title. Question is, which round will he do it? Could it be at Japan this weekend? The boys pay tribute to Marquez and bring us up to speed on all the latest news from the paddock including the fallout at Pramac from the Redding and Petrucci run in at Aragon, the new rider in at Ducati and the hot topic in the paddock at the moment…concussion. With Gavin Emmett, Keith Huewen and Julian Ryder.

Valentino Rossi special with Suzi Perry  

Enjoy Suzi Perry's full interview with Valentino Rossi recorded ahead of the Aragon GP weekend. In this fascinating conversation, The Doctor discusses THAT incident at Sepang, his fierce rivalries and his plans for the future with the VR46 academy.

Aragón GP - Review: Marquez with one hand on the title  

With just four races to go, Marc Marquez now enjoys a 52 point lead in the MotoGP championship following a dominant win at the Aragon Grand Prix in Spain. His great rivals Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi completed the podium with Brit Cal Crutchlow continuing his fine form to finish as top independent in P5. Brit Sam Lowes topped the podium in the Moto2 class while Brad Binder wrapped up the Moto3 title with a fine second place in the first race of the day. As always, the BT Sport crew was at the heart of action to bring you the inside line from round 14 of the season. With Suzi Perry, James Toseland, Neil Hodgson, Gavin Emmett, Keith Huewen and Julian Ryder.

Aragón GP - Preview: MotoGP has never been so close  

With eight different winners in eight MotoGP races and 23 different race winners across all classes, the BT Sport team wax lyrical at the vintage 2016 season. After studying the data, the boys explain how Dani Pedrosa took victory at San Marino and ponder who could be winner number nine in this unpredictable season. With Gavin Emmett, Keith Huewen and Julian Ryder.

Jorge Lorenzo exclusive  

Ahead of the San Marino GP, reigning MotoGP champion Jorge Lorenzo sat down with BT Sport’s Gavin Emmett for an extended interview to discuss one of his toughest periods in the championship ahead of his move to Ducati in 2017. We’ll be back with our regular preview podcast ahead of the 14th round of the season Aragon GP on Thursday, we’ll see you then.

San Marino GP - Review: Dani makes it a magic 8  

For the eighth race in a row, MotoGP produced a different race winner with Honda’s Dani Pedrosa this time taking top spot on the podium from P8 on the grid. Behind him, home favourite Valentino Rossi came home second with Jorge Lorenzo playing pantomime villain in third. As always, BT Sport’s team were at the heart of the action to talk to all the main men from race day, including big MotoGP fan Paolo Nutini. With Suzi Perry, James Toseland, Neil Hodgson, Gavin Emmett, Keith Huewen and Julian Ryder.

San Marino GP - Preview: Is Maverick now an alien?  

Following Maverick Vinales’ maiden victory last time out at Silverstone, the boys ponder whether we can now classify the Spanish youngster in the same bracket as the top riders in the paddock and describe him as an alien? Elsewhere the team continue to be impressed by Cal Crutchlow’s form and new lease of life, debate whether the Marquez-Rossi rivalry is back on and pay tribute to graft which the Lowes twins are putting in to their motorcycle racing careers. With Keith Huewen, Neil Hodgson and Julian Ryder. See all the action from the San Marino GP this weekend on BT Sport 2.

British GP - Review: Maverick Top Gun at Silverstone  

Young Spaniard Maverick Vinales took victory at Silverstone to become the first rider to win races in MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3. Local hero Cal Crutchlow took second with Valentino Rossi completing a popular podium for the British fans. Suzi Perry, Craig Doyle, Colin Edwards, James Toseland, Neil Hodgson, Gavin Emmett, Keith Huewen and Julian Ryder were at the heart of the action to bring you all the news and reaction from the paddock and pit lane.

British GP - Preview: Still on a high from Cal’s win  

Gavin Emmett, Neil Hodgson and Keith Huewen are back on home turf at Silverstone where Cal Crutchlow is set for a hero’s return following his dramatic win last time out at Brno. The question is, did his victory come through luck or judgement? It’s not all positive news for the Brits though as Bradley Smith will miss his home GP through injury, but his misfortune is Alex Lowes’ gain as he gets the opportunity to ride in MotoGP for the first time. Hear the inside scoop of how the ride came about from Hodgy – Alex Lowes’ team manager.

Czech GP - Review: Cal Crutchlow rewrites history  

Cal Crutchlow becomes the first Brit to win a MotoGP race since Barry Sheene in 1981 with a masterful display of brains and brawn at the Brno circuit at Czech Republic. Crutchlow held off Valentino Rossi and Marc Marquez for victory on a weekend which saw Jorge Lorenzo lose further ground in the championship hunt. There was more British success in the lightweight classes as John McPhee took his first ever Grand Prix victory in Moto3 and Sam Lowes returned to the Moto2 podium. Hear from all the protagonists of race day as BT Sport takes you to the heart of the action. With Craig Doyle, James Toseland, Neil Hodgson, Keith Huewen and Julian Ryder.

Czech GP - Preview: Dovi the nearly man of MotoGP  

A few days on from Andrea Iannone’s win for Ducati at Austria, we are back for more, this time at the Czech GP at Brno. On this podcast the boys reflected on the win for ‘The Maniac’ and why he was able to break Ducati’s duck and not Andrea Dovizioso. EThere’s the latest on the Romano Fenati fall out at VR46, how to sort out jump starts, what Eugene Laverty should do next, doping control and a tribute to Valentino Rossi, 20 years on from his first Grand Prix win at this very circuit. With Gavin Emmett, Julian Ryder and Keith Huewen.

Austrian GP - Review: IannONE breaks Ducati’s duck  

Andrea Iannone finally took Ducati’s first win since 2010 with a brilliant win ahead of his team-mate Andrea Dovizioso at the Red Bull Ring. Behind them Jorge Lorenzo took third place to close the gap on Marc Marquez at the top of the championship. Is the title chase back on? As always, BT Sport were at the heart of the action, talking to the BT Sport team were at the heart of the action and caught up with all the main men from round ten of the season.

Austrian GP - Preview: Marquez looking invincible?  

With nine races down and nine to go, Gavin Emmett, Keith Huewen and Julian Ryder hand out their mid-season grades to the MotoGP paddock and ponder if Marc Marquez is the champion elect, what is eating at Jorge Lorenzo and whether Valentino Rossi can get his title challenge back on track. On track, the Ducatis look well set to challenge for the race win this weekend, with Jules going for Andrea Iannone and Keith for Andrea Dovizoso. Who will be correct? Tune in to BT Sport 2 this weekend for the Austrian GP from the Red Bull Ring to find out.

Jack Miller special  

‘JackAssen’ Jack Miller hilariously talks Gavin Emmett through his maiden MotoGP victory at the Dutch GP, how he has proven his critics wrong and just what was going on with his ‘shoey’ celebration.

German GP - Review: Marquez with one hand on the title?  

The great Marc Marquez makes it seven wins on the bounce at Germany as he and his Honda team play a perfect tactical game in the wet conditions. Behind him Brit Cal Crutchlow put a disappointing qualifying behind him to grab second with third going to Andrea Dovizioso. Witn a 48 point lead, does the Spaniard have one hand on the 2016 title? The BT Sport team were at the heart of the action and caught up with all the main men from round nine of the season. With Craig Doyle, Colin Edwards, Neil Hodgson, Keith Huewen and Julian Ryder.

German GP - Preview:  Is Rossi the strongest rider on the grid?  

Colin Edwards joins Keith Huewen and Gavin Emmett at the Sachsenring ahead of the German GP to discuss whether Valentino Rossi is still the strongest man on the grid, whether Marc Marquez is over-performing and what was up with Jorge Lorenzo at Assen. Away from the aliens, the team continue to revel in the win of Jack Miller at Assen and Colin reveals why he dislikes riding at the Sachsenring.

Dutch GP - Review: JackAssen takes 4000/1 win  

Gavin Emmett, Neil Hodgson, former MotoGP star Jeremy McWilliams, World Superbike's Michael van der Mark, Keith Huewen and Julian Ryder reflect on the eighth round of the MotoGP season in Assen. On a dramatic day at the historic Dutch track, rank outsider Jack Miller beat the best riders in the world and overcame some treacherous conditions to claim a shock victory for the Estrella Galicia satellite team. Marc Marquez took second place in the rain-interrupted race to extend his championship lead over title rivals Jorge Lorenzo, who finished 10th, and Valentino Rossi who crashed out when leading. Britain's Scott Redding rallied for third place to claim only his second podium finish in the premier class.

Dutch GP - Preview: Can Rossi continue his momentum?  

Gavin, Keith and Jules are back on the road for stop eight on the MotoGP calendar, the Dutch GP in Assen. The team look ahead to the weekend's racing in Moto 3 and Moto 2, whilst in the GP all eyes are on Valentino Rossi as he looks to win back-to-back races for the first time since 2009.

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