Looking for in depth conversations with the biggest names in MotoGP™, covering topics you seldom hear riders and team managers discuss? Look no further. This is the Last On The Brakes: MotoGP™ Podcast, coming to you with a brand new episode after every GP in the 2022 season, hosted by MotoGP™ World Feed reporters, Fran Wyld and Elliott York. more
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It's the last #MotoGPPodcast of the 2023 season and we have Alex Rins as our special guest who returns to compete with LCR Honda for one final time after having missed the last 3 races due to his injury. more
Today's on the #MotoGPpodcast, a rider that's been in the news recently! Luca Marini replied to some questions sent by the fans, he also reflects on how lucky he's to have become a MotoGP rider, everything he learned from his beloved brother Valentin... more
Mental health, music, fashion and more! The 2021 MotoGP World Champion joins our podcast for the very first time and not to talk about the usual stuff. We discover Fabio's passion for rap and latin music and also fashion thanks to the questions sent ... more
great insights. more
Fran is terrible; rambles on, interrupts guests, droning voice. Fans hear of Dorna wanting to build their fan base, yet they make silly decisions like using this interviewer. Hire experienced pros. Bring back Amy Reynolds.
Great podcast! Thanks Moto GP. BTW Fran's constant coughing throughout every episode gets increasingly annoying, not professional at all.
Great podcast but Fran needs to stop talking over and cutting off the guests
I love bike racing and this gives me my Motogp fix between races
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