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March 6th, 2010, 03:03 AM   #1
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Episode 217: Jim, James and Martin talk at agonizing length.

Artist: MotoGPod.com
Title: MotoGPod 2010-03-05
Album: MotoGPod, The Motorcycle Roadracing Podcast
Year: 2010
Length: 117:09 minutes (53.64 M
Format: Mono 44kHz 64Kbps (CBR) MP3

Review of PI WSBK/WSS results
In depth interview with James Whitham

Very pleased this week, with an extenxsive interview with James Whitham, Eurosport 2 race commentor in GP500, WSBK, BSB and WSS. A seriously fascinating interview. If you miss this, you will regret it. Following on that, Martin and Jim dissect the WSBK/WSS season opener and pretty make up topics we go along.

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thanks brother! [img]style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/thumbs.gif[/img]
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March 6th, 2010, 09:33 AM   #3
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TY Frosty.

its a Great listen,well worth the download n listen at your pleasure

Donnington facilities were great 25yrs ago but you still had to crap in a bucket

grid interviews
i hate it when you get ppl that dont ride and dont know a bike from a boil on there backside

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Episode 218: More interviews than you can imagine..... Interview with Chaz Davies Interview with Andrew Pitt Sensational feedback from corner marshal Leon McDonald Interview with Melissa Paris Interview with Andrew Wheeler, snapper extraordinaire..... Jim and Martin are back with a plethora of babble and a mass of five interviews, though occasionally we make sense. Some additional BSB coverage

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Episode 219: Party down with Mr. Ryder

Artist: MotoGPod.com
Title: MotoGPod 2010-03-19
Album: MotoGPod, The Motorcycle Roadracing Podcast
Year: 2010
Length: 68:08 minutes (31.2 M
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Deep interview with Julian Ryder
Review of same, and a look ahead at the Qatar MotoGP Test

Martin Darlington and Jim Race walk through a bit of pre-season news. This is where we get a bit nervous. What are we missing, is something we often wonder about.

A fantastic interview with British Eurosport commentator Julian Ryder. Once again we head into uncharted pre-season territory, but that's what happens.

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Episode 220: The Atmosphere is Electric...

Artist: MotoGPod.com
Title: MotoGPod 2010-03-26
Album: MotoGPod, The Motorcycle Roadracing Podcast
Year: 2010
Length: 70:32 minutes (32.3 M
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Looking ahead to Portimao WSBK and WSS
Interview with Azhar Hussain, CEO of the TTXGP Racing Series
Review of Qatar tests

Martin Darlington and Jim Race are on the case again this week. Speculation on the Portimao races this weekend, a look back at the Qatar test and a fascinating interview with Azhar Hussain. Not to be missed!

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Links this episode:

Ben Spies and Colin Edwards Team Texas Road Trip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4MIAy66veDs
OTT and Motoliam's "All things MotoGP: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/onthethrottlelive
TTXGP: http://www.egrandprix.com/
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Episode 221: A Feature-Length Podcast
Posted April 3rd, 2010
Artist: MotoGPod.com
Title: MotoGPod 2010-04-02
Album: MotoGPod, The Motorcycle Roadracing Podcast
Year: 2010
Length: 113:03 minutes (51.76 M
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Interview with Leon Haslam
Interview with Eugene Laverty
Interview with Mark Miller (IOMTT / Macau racer)
Interview with Brandon Cretu (Ulster GP/ IOMTT newcomer)

A long show with four great interviews. Martin and Jim are here ushering it along as we review the Portimao races, the Moto2/GP125 tests at Valencia and look forward to the first BSB race of the year at the Brands Hatch Indy circuit. Get yourself some popcorn and a soda and relax. This might take a while...

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Episode 250: Two Fitty





Philip Island wrapup

News




Jim Race, Martin Darlington and Jules Cisek together at last. We try not to steam roll over each other too much as we discuss the weekend down under, wallabies on the track, road racing hypocrisy, lorenzogate, the final shakedowns in the Silly Season and more.



mp3 > http://www.motogpod.com/podcasts/MotoGPod_2010-10-22.mp3









http://www.motogpod.com/episode/episode-250-two-fitty





















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