In the latest episode of the Paddock Pass Podcast, Neil Morrison and David Emmett discuss a tense and exciting MotoGP race at Aragon. It was action packed right from the start, with Jorge Lorenzo crashing in the first corner.
We start off talking about the race, and how Marc Marquez went about winning it. We then turn our attention to Ducati, how they have made the progress they have had, and what Andrea Dovizioso's strong result at a track which has historically been bad for them means for the future.
Suzuki's success at Aragon was also worthy of note, and we discuss the progress they have made, and what it means that they have now lost their so-called concessions. And we spend some time diving into what has gone wrong with Yamaha, and who is to blame.
We finish off with our MotoGP Monologues, each of us giving our opinions on a subject in one minute. Neil and David sound off on Aleix Espargaro's outstanding result, whether Suzuki's concessions will hinder them next year, whether Jorge Lorenzo's crash was really Marc Marquez' fault, and Jorge Martin's win in Moto3. And as always, we end with our winners and losers.
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