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It it goes fast on two wheels, you'll find it here on the Tank Slappers Podcast, with Lewis Duncan and Oriol Puigdemont. MotoGP, World Superbikes, British Superbikes, Road Racing and more

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It it goes fast on two wheels, you'll find it here on the Tank Slappers Podcast, with Lewis Duncan and Oriol Puigdemont. MotoGP, World Superbikes, British Superbikes, Road Racing and more

    63: MotoGP legend Schwantz on Rossi, Acosta and Suzuki

    63: MotoGP legend Schwantz on Rossi, Acosta and Suzuki

    In a special edition of the Tank Slappers Podcast, 1993 500cc world champion Kevin Schwantz guests to discuss the current MotoGP season. 
     
    In a wide-ranging interview with Autosport's Lewis Duncan and Motorsport.com's Oriol Puigdemont, the former Suzuki rider discusses the situation with MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi at the moment and gives his assessment of the Doctor's season. 
     
    Having scored just four points from the first four races, this is Rossi's worst start to a grand prix season ever in his career - and has come at a point where he is set to make a crucial decision on his racing future. 
     
    In the MotoGP paddock, a 16-year-old Moto3 rookie by the name of Pedroa Acosta is taking the world by storm having won three of his first four races and taken a commanding 51-point lead in the standings. 
     
    Acosta happens to idolise Schwantz. The American legend gives his views on Acosta's rapid rise in his rookie season and offers advice to the 16-year-old as the pressure continues to build on his shoulders. 
     
    Elsewhere, Schwantz talks about Marc Marquez's return from a nine-month injury lay-off and Honda's current situation in general with its bike, while also discussing the somewhat low-key start to Joan Mir's title defence with Schwantz's old team Suzuki. 

    62: What Miller needs to do now after Jerez MotoGP win

    62: What Miller needs to do now after Jerez MotoGP win

    Jack Miller took his first MotoGP win in five years at the Spanish Grand Prix to put his 2021 season back on course following a tricky start.Miller didn't make the start to life at the factory Ducati squad as was expected of him, the Australian admitting pre-Jerez that he was "in the shit" having come in for criticism for his performances to that point.But the Australian proved his doubters wrong at Jerez on Sunday with his first dry-weather MotoGP win, inheriting the lead at mid-distance when Yamaha's Fabio Quartararo was struck by arm-pump problems.In the latest Tank Slappers podcast, Autosport's Lewis Duncan and Motorsport.com's Oriol Puigdemont discuss Miller's Jerez win and what he needs to do next.They also look at Yamaha's contrasting fortunes at Jerez and discuss MotoGP's new championship leader Francesco Bagnaia.

    61: Portuguese GP Review and Emotional Marquez Return

    61: Portuguese GP Review and Emotional Marquez Return

    Lewis Duncan and Oriol Puigdemont analyse a thrilling MotoGP Portuguese Grand Prix, which also saw an emotional return to racing for Marc Marquez.

    • 34 min
    60: How will Marquez fare on his MotoGP return?

    60: How will Marquez fare on his MotoGP return?

    Honda finally announced the return of Mark Marquez over the weekend. Which version of Marquez will we see at Portimao? After being off a MotoGP bike for so long, it was always going to be a challenge to come back, let alone at a particularly difficult circuit. Lewis Duncan and Oriol Puigdemont analyse the challenges facing Marquez, and tackle some of the questions raised about how he will fare this weekend.

    • 23 min
    59: Doha MotoGP Review

    59: Doha MotoGP Review

    It was a race which ended in a commanding victory but was anything but predictable.  Relive the drama in Doha with Lewis Duncan  and Oriol Puigdemont.

    • 35 min
    58: Qatar GP Review - Viñales Storms To Commanding Victory

    58: Qatar GP Review - Viñales Storms To Commanding Victory

    Maverick Viñales drew first blood in the 2021 MotoGP World Championship with a commanding victory on his Yamaha in the Qatar Grand Prix.

    • 31 min

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