There have never been three more sophisticated, informed, or serious MotoGP commentators than those screaming bastards on Italian TV. Or those stuttering Pom pumpernickels who keep saying “penultimate” because its fancier than “second-last”. They’re pretty good at this MotoGP commentary stuff. And there’s a few Spanish commentators who are the top of their game. We’re not them.
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Cracks me up every episode.
These lads have chemistry. It’s like sitting next to your best mates in your best pub talking MotoGP. Picture two burly Aussies (Tugs & Boris) and an Italian - I picture a little diminutive ‘Mario-Cart-like’ figure with the looks of a Joe Pesci (that would be Freido). Irreverent humor, incredible predictions and fantastic commentary on our favorite sport. Love every episode. Keep it up lads!
This podcast does so much to promote the sport. I look forward to the next podcast more than I do the actual races, and I love MotoGP..
Imitation Clarkson, falsetto Chico Marx, and a knowledgeable straight man get together to discuss all things MotoGP in the most profane possible way. Occasionally they have a good guests but they usually can’t keep up with their wit. I love it!
A great balance to all the MotoGP podcasts that take themselves so seriously. You guys make me laugh out loud. Keep it up.
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MotoPG launched 4 years ago and published 115 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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