Almost as big a surprise as his girlfriend. Anywho, the boys return for a review for MotoGP’s 2nd race in Austria, the Styria, with the top class providing an all-time classic and controversy in the junior rounds!
MotoGP in Styria
Holy crap, Miguel Oliveira wins with a brilliant final corner DOUBLE overtake on Jack Miller and Pol Espargaro to take his maiden victory in the top flight! It was also a race of two halves as Joan Mir was the big loser after Maverick Vinales had to jump off a Yamaha that had a brake failure… at 180 miles per hour, causing a red flag! Fabio Quartararo could only manage 13th after numerous brake issues and we discuss their latest mechanical gremlin. And holy crap the title standings, Top 13 covered by 41 points!
In Moto2, Jorge Martin narrowly avoids being gunned down by Marco Bezzechi, only for the win to be taken away from him due to a track limits breach on the final corner! Aron Canet binned it from pole, Remy Gardner finally got back on the podium too, with Tetsuya Nagashima 4th and Tom Luthi 5th. We also had Sam Lowes turn into a bowling ball, getting disqualified for causing a three bike pile up including Jorge Navarro. Turns out, he’ll also get a pitlane start for Misano…
And in Moto3, Celestino Vietti takes first win over Arbolino and Ogura, McPhee bins it with 2 to go as well. Also, Deniz Oncu and Ayumu Sasaki collide in nasty Tech 3 incident (Thank GOD the Dentist won).