Paddock Pass Podcast Episode 245: Looking Ahead To Misano 2

The latest episode of the Paddock Pass Podcast powered by Fly Racing and Renthal Street sees Neil Morrison, Adam Wheeler, and Steve English sit down in person for the first time in months. Fresh off the plane from the San Juan Villicum round of WorldSBK, Steve kicks off the show with some talk of the WorldSBK title, and how things are looking for Toprak Razgatlioglu. That transitions into talk about the MotoGP title, with Steve, Adam, and Neil discussing whether they think Fabio Quartararo will wrap up the 2021 MotoGP crown at Misano this weekend.

The crew then discuss how they expect the race to play out, as well as taking a look at the Moto2 and Moto3 championships, and what role Misano 2 could play. They discuss Valentino Rossi's best, and more interestingly, worst special helmet designs for the Italian races. They mark the 10th anniversary of Marco Simoncelli's death at Sepang, which will be commemorated this weekend. And they make their predictions for who will win the race. Steve also reveals what food he most looks forward to eating when he visits Misano (and it's not pizza).

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Round Number: 
16
year: 
2021

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did I hear a slight change in the eq to lessen the bass/boost the highs? It probably helped that you were all together and didn't have to rely on Zoom.

Thank you for that.

Rossi has been slower after the Assen crash , it was a big one and perhaps that and that he will soon have a daughter have reminded him that there are other , more important things , in life than racing . 

He has a contract to forfill but he's no longer racing .