It it goes fast on two wheels, you'll find it here on the The Tank Slappers podcast, with Lewis Duncan and Oriol Puigdemont! The best of MotoGP, World Superbikes, British Superbikes, and Road Racing.
What kind of Marc Marquez will we get back this year?
Firstly, on a sad note, we lost one of the biggest and brightest personalities in the paddock - Fausto Gresini. We pay our tribute and talk about how highly regarded he was.
Is Yamaha on course to correct its difficult 2020?
Despite winning half of 2020’s MotoGP races, Yamaha factory riders struggled for consistency and came up well short of the title. After its 2021 launch event, Autosport’s Lewis Duncan and Motorsport.com’s Oriol Puigdemont discuss Yamaha’s prospects for the season ahead
How will Suzuki move on from Brivio?
In the first Tank Slappers Podcast of 2021, Autosport's Lewis Duncan and Motorsport.com's Oriol Puigdemont discuss what Davide Brivio's shock Suzuki exit will do to the team and how it plans to forge ahead. They also talk about what effect COVID-19 will have in the early months of MotoGP 2021 and look into Dovizioso's comments about his Ducati exit.
Looking back on MotoGP’s maddest season
As 2020 winds down, Oriol Puigdemont and Lewis Duncan take a look back over MotoGP’s wildest season. It was a year in which a new champion was crowned and the reigning one absent; where news stars shone brightly and burned out just as quickly; where the old guard bid farewell, and where the racing was as thrilling as it has ever been.
What next for Marquez after third surgery?
Six-time MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez had a third operation on the arm he broke in July at the Spanish Grand Prix. Having missed the whole of the 2020 campaign, Marquez now faces a six-month recovery period from his latest operation - though Honda is yet to confirm this. In the latest Tank Slappers Podcast, Lewis Duncan and Oriol Puigdemont discuss what might be next for Marquez and Honda.
Looking back at MotoGPs season finale
After a punishing schedule of 14 races in 18 weeks, the 2020 MotoGP season came to an end in Portugal with home hero Miguel Oliveira romping to a dominant victory from pole position. Franco Morbidelli finished runner-up in the standings on another miserable day for Yamaha’s 2020 M1 riders, while the world champion’s victory lap didn’t quite go to plan. A weary Lewis Duncan and Oriol Puigdemont go through the talking points of a finale of many farewells in Portugal.