Paddock Pass Podcast Episode 310: Holiday Special - Winners, Losers, Surprises, Races, And Special Moments Of 2022

In the last Paddock Pass Podcast for 2022, Neil Morrison, Adam Wheeler, and David Emmett take a look back at the 2022 MotoGP season and pick out their highs and lows. They choose their riders of the year, their races of the year, the rider who has most surprised them, and what they would ask Santa Claus to bring them to make MotoGP even better in 2023.

There was a lot to talk about, so it's a long show, and as an added bonus, Neil Morrison sat down with KTM Moto2 rider and 2021 Moto3 champion Pedro Acosta.

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It’s a very disconcerting feeling, drifting off to sleep as Christmas nears and waking up on April Fools Day. Hold the front page, I may have proof that time travel, or parallel universes exit, now that I’ve heard Adams nomination for rider of the year. Oh please! You and I watched very different MotoGP seasons this year.

Other than that weird anomaly, a nice podcast to end the year, thanks.