Episode #191: Oh No, Fabio

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Dre and King get homely and snug as RJ takes up a vacation for the week! This time around we review a madcap MotoGP round in Jerez as Fabio Quartararo made history as the sport’s youngest ever pole sitter, before his Yamaha died halfway through, with Marc Marquez taking a relatively comfortable victory! We also take a look at the W Series opener in Hockenheim and the… conflicting nature of the series. Here’s the full list:

MotoGP: Spanish Grand Prix:
– Marc Marquez dominates Jerez, reclaims Championship lead
– Fabio Quartararo makes history as youngest ever pole sitter, so of course his bike dies in the race
– No seriously, Alex Rins might be a title threat
– Stop the presses, Maverick Vinales had a good start and had a podium!
– Miller vs Aleix crash, Johann Zarco already down at KTM
– Jorge Lorenzo “sad, disappointed and worried” at P12 finish

– Lorenzo Baldarassi back on form, beats Jorge Navarro, Pons 1-3 with Fernandez 3rd
– Remy Gardner has SCARY accident on opening Lap with Alex Marquez

– Not a dry eye in the house as Sic58 team scores 1-2 finish with Antonelli beating Suzuki
– Top 10 covered by 1.6 seconds, Vietti impresses in 3rd ahead of Canet, new championship leader

W Series Debut in Hockenheim:
– General housekeeping, yay for All races live on Channel 4!
– So what did we make of the production and all the bells and whistles?
– Jamie Chadwick dominates wet to dry weekend and wins, Alice Powell and Marta Garcia podium
– Megan Gilkes divebombs Emma Kimilainen into oblivion on opening lap

– King drops a word in about Super GT and DTM
– Nyck de Vries dropped from McLaren’s YDP insert San Andreas meme
– Guess who win at the 6 hours of Spa. Go on. Guess.
– We have to talk about the Millenial NASCAR
– The Week Ahead: Formula 1 in Spain, Formula E at Diet Monaco


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