Episode #182: Dash For The ‘Stache

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Call this the “catch-up episode”, as Dre, RJ, King and Chris take on IndyCar’s season opener in St. Pete, Formula E’s race in Hong Kong, and MotoGP’s season opener in Qatar! And Fight Club’s back!

Oh and the thumbnail… Oh boy, that needs explaining.

INDYCAR: FIRESTONE GP OF ST PETE
– Josef Newgarden opens the season with a win from the front row
– Dixon closes late to finish 2nd, Power 3rd
– Super Rookies: Rosenqvist leads in his first outing and finishes 4th, Herta 8th, Santino 9th
– BASSINGHAM REPRESENT Jack Harvey finishes 10th
– Bourdais loses three-peat bid with engine failure, RHR grenades, Sato breaks down
– Jones and Leist crash, Jones breaks his hand
– The TV feed breaks for a few laps
– Indy Lights: ZC Without the D and Rinus VK split the weekend
– Indy Pro 2000: Kirkwood does NOT win
– USF2000: Alex Baron wins the aerobatics contest, Reece & Rasmussen imitate Habsburg & Camara

THE NEWS INTERMISSION
– Robert Wickens returns to the paddock at St Pete, sets sights on a return to racing
– Patricio O’Ward confirms 13 race deal with Carlin Racing
– AJ Foyt and his bulldozer escape quicksand
– Ogier def. Tanak for victory in Rally Mexico

FORMULA E – HONG KONG EPRIX
(All Dre wants is a normal calm weekend of Electric Racing…)

FIGHT CLUB INTERMISSION

MOTOGP – QATAR GP EDITION
– Went to a MotoGP race and a Moto3 race broke out: Dovizioso nails Marquez at the line again
– Crutchlow holds off a fiery Rins and a scrappy Rossi for the final podium place
– Petrucci 6th in Ducati debut, Lorenzo 13th for Honda on debut, Zarco barely squeaks into the points in 15th with KTM
– Quartararo’s debut race spoiled by formation lap stall and pit start
– Moto2: Baldassarri holds off the returning Luthi to win
– Moto3: Kaito Toba wins his first race, 9 years after Shoya Tomizawa won in Qatar

See you back in a few days for a Australia review!

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