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Looking for in depth conversations with the biggest names in MotoGP™, covering topics you seldom hear riders and team managers discuss? Look no further. This is the Last On The Brakes: MotoGP™ Podcast, coming to you with a brand new episode after every GP in the 2021 season, hosted by MotoGP™ World Feed reporters, Fran Wyld and Matt Dunn.
Whether you want to hear the behind the scenes ‘what really happened’ lines from some of the biggest stories in recent MotoGP™ history, learning what it takes to be in roles making decisions that can impact the entire industry, or what the paddock’s favourite dessert is, this is the podcast for you.

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Looking for in depth conversations with the biggest names in MotoGP™, covering topics you seldom hear riders and team managers discuss? Look no further. This is the Last On The Brakes: MotoGP™ Podcast, coming to you with a brand new episode after every GP in the 2021 season, hosted by MotoGP™ World Feed reporters, Fran Wyld and Matt Dunn.
Whether you want to hear the behind the scenes ‘what really happened’ lines from some of the biggest stories in recent MotoGP™ history, learning what it takes to be in roles making decisions that can impact the entire industry, or what the paddock’s favourite dessert is, this is the podcast for you.

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    Davide Tardozzi: the key to managerial success

    Davide Tardozzi: the key to managerial success

    Davide Tardozzi has been a team manager in top flight motorcycle racing for the best part of three decades. In that time, not only has he become famous for his wild celebrations in the pit box, he’s worked with some of the biggest superstars the sport has ever known, shipped a gigantic sculpture of a Giraffe to the USA and learned fair few things about managing people that we should all take note of in our own lives. He’s one of a kind and we hope you take as much away from this episode as we did, even if it’s simply learning what the distinction between his, Paolo Ciabatti’s and Gigi Dall’Igna’s roles in the Bologna Bullets. 
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    • 35 min
    Eric Granado: patience, hindsight, & representing a nation

    Eric Granado: patience, hindsight, & representing a nation

    Another timely episode as the rider market explodes with everyone searching for the right deal in 2022, we chat with MotoE World Cup superstar Eric Granado about what lessons he’s learned from early in his career and choosing what bike, team, and championship was best for him. What’s more, Eric’s story is one of extreme work ethic & adversity, with his father kickstarting his career through creating a mini bike championship in Brazil for him and several other aspiring hopefuls to learn their craft before travelling back and forth to Europe to compete in European and Spanish racing series. Whether you’re fascinated by the struggles faced by young athletes coming through the ranks & chasing their dreams, or wanting to learn about motorsports culture in Brazil, or a refreshing perspective on the rider market rumour mill, then this episode is for you! Enjoy.
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    • 35 min
    Jorge Martin: Resilience & converting speed into wins

    Jorge Martin: Resilience & converting speed into wins

    How does a MotoGP rookie get a pole position & podium in their second ever race? And then their second pole & a WIN in their SIXTH race? Jorge Martin is well and truly living his dream, he still can’t quite believe he is in fact a MotoGP rider, let alone a rider capable of winning in the premier class in his first season. We recorded this podcast with Jorge on the Thursday before the Styrian GP and wanted to know how he’s so resilient and able to return after set back & after set back, why he’s always been so fast over one lap, how he’s managed to convert that into victories in all classes… AND how he (at the time) planned to do that in MotoGP. Little did we know what was to happen on Sunday. Remarkable. The podcast blessing is back! Expecting an orderly queue of MotoGP riders who want another podium or win to turn up ready for a chat at Silverstone now… Enjoy! 
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    • 29 min
    Brad Binder: what makes the best 'Sunday riders'

    Brad Binder: what makes the best 'Sunday riders'

    How does a MotoGP factory convince a rider to sign a substantial 3 year deal? What mindset is key to being ‘a Sunday rider’ and bringing the best out of yourself when it matters? Which aspects of his job does Brad Binder like the most? All questions put to the South African World Champion and MotoGP race winner for this week’s episode. His response about mindset and attitude was something we found particularly interesting, ‘focusing on the now’ something similar to what we heard from his former team boss, Aki Ajo in a previous episode. Thanks again for all the quickfire question submissions - keep sending them in either in the comments below the YouTube video version of this podcast OR use #MotoGPPodcast on Twitter! See you next time!
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    • 35 min
    Alex Marquez: what it really means to be a World Champion

    Alex Marquez: what it really means to be a World Champion

    Alex Marquez like you’ve never heard him before. We sit down with the double World Champion to talk about life on and off the bike, his interests outside of the sport, and why he thinks it’s not always a good thing winning a World Championship when you’re barely 18 years old. Plus: we wanted to know what it’s like to be asked questions about someone else in just about every interview he’s ever done. This is an episode where we really do save the best bits till last! Thanks for your quick fire questions suggestions, we’ve put our favourites at the end of the episode! Catch you after the summer break! 
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    • 33 min
    Frankie Carchedi: the World Champion's Crew Chief

    Frankie Carchedi: the World Champion's Crew Chief

    What does it take to be a crew chief at the very highest level in MotoGP, being the right hand person to a rider on their journey to becoming a World Champion? Is the relationship between rider & crew chief solely technical, or more psychological? Why is it such a big story when riders change crew chiefs in MotoGP? Well, we thought we'd sit down and chat to one. Not just any crew chief, however, but the reigning World Champion's crew chief - Suzuki's Frankie Carchedi.
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    • 40 min

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