The Jerez MotoGP round turned up more than its fair share of surprises, with Jack Miller taking a long-expected win and Fabio Quartararo running into an arm-pump-induced brick wall. In the latest episode of the Paddock Pass Podcast, Steve English, Neil Morrison, Adam Wheeler, and David Emmett gather to take an in-depth look at the events of the weekend.
Adam Wheeler talks about being at a race for a change, and what a shame it is that fans were not at the track. Neil Morrison praises Jack Miller's race, and the emotion that the race unleashed for the Australian, and how revealing that is of the pressure Miller has been under. David Emmett discusses arm pump, where it comes from and how to fix it, and Adam pitches in with his experience in MXGP. The crew look at concussion, and how MotoGP handles the condition.
That leads on to a discussion of track safety, with so many riders crashing at Turn 7. The crew ask how to make racing safer, and if that is even possible. They also answer some listener questions, and talk a little bit about the test, before finishing up with the traditional winners and losers.
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