We start the podcast with a sombre tribute to the tragic passing of Craig Breen, who died in a rallying accent last week. He was a wonderful ambassador to the sport, and to Irish representation in global sport in general, and he’ll be sadly, sadly missed.
In our MotoGP Episode, we talk about Alex Rins, who had a near-perfect weekend, with a 2nd place in the Sprint, and a win in the GP itself after taking advantage of another huge Francesco Bagnaia crash, his 7th DNF since the start of last season. Dre, Cam and RJ break down the brilliance of Rins performance as well as another crash where we question the discipline of the reigning World Champion. Just how big a problem is this?!
We also break down a lot of short stories to come out of the weekend – Such as Jack Miller crashing SIX times in a single race weekend. Why 10 riders crashed on race day, a brilliant Moto2 showdown between Pedro Acosta and Tony Arbolino, and why the hell the sport are hiring transphobes to sing the national anthem.
All that and more on Motorsport101. Rest peacefully, Craig.