The Paddock Pass Podcast follow up show, fueled by Elf Marc VDS Racing, is back for a review of the Moto2 and Moto3 classes at Jerez. In the show, Steve English, Neil Morrison, and Adam Wheeler take a deep dive into what went down in the support classes at Jerez. They start off with Moto2, and debate whether Fabio Di Giannantonio's first win in Moto2 is a sign of an Italian revival in the class, with Marco Bezzecchi taking second place and Sam Lowes finishing third. They explain why you never hear about tires in Moto2 or Moto3, and what that says about the classes.
They can't avoid the Pedro Acosta question in Moto3, and what his win means for the championship. They discuss the Deniz Öncü incident in the final corner, and whether the young Turk can control himself enough to start to fulfill his potential. And finally, fresh from the Aragon WorldSBK and Moto2 test, Steve English gives a very rapid update on the state of play in the World Superbike series.
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