In the middle of the first of two double headers for the WorldSBK series at the Motorland Aragon, Steve English and Gordon Ritchie sit down to talk about what a double header at the same track looks like. Steve and Gordo kick off with a few words on what to expect, and whether using the alternative layouts which Aragon has would have spiced things up a bit.
They cover a fair amount of ground in the podcast: they take a look at Ducati, and what Scott Redding's win in race 1 means for the championship, how the Ducati fares at the Aragon circuit, and whether anyone has an advantage at the track. They debate the signing of Tom Sykes to partner Michael van der Mark at BMW, and the knock-on effect that will have on the WorldSBK rider market. And there is a discussion of who gets to take the Honda WorldSBK ride, whether Leon Haslam stays or Cal Crutchlow will take the offer of a ride in WorldSBK if there is no room in MotoGP.
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