In episode 41 of the MotoGP™ Podcast, Matt and Fran talk about the final round of the 2019 season and Aleix Espargaro joins them for a chat

Episode 41 of Closing on the Brakes, the #MotoGPPodcast, is packed stuffed with response to the final round of the 2019 MotoGP™ World Championship as John Hopkins and Simon Crafar debrief the occasions in Valencia, including five-time World Champion Jorge Lorenzo bowing out.

Plus, Matt Dunn and Fran Wyld are joined by Aprilia Racing Group Gresini’s Aleix Espargaro because the trio sit correct down to talk about a plethora of an excellent deal of things. Here are the five key takeaways from this week’s podcast, which it’s possible you’ll perchance well be in a put of living to hearken to now on Spotify.

1. “It’s always positive when I will beat KTM, so for Pol and for them it’s always positive after they’ll beat me!” – Aleix discusses the good contention between himself and brother Pol Espargaro, and the following battle between Aprilia and KTM.

2. “We are fully an excellent deal of” – Despite increasing up together, Aleix describes how his driving style differs to Pol along with the strong parts and primitive parts of one and an excellent deal of.

3. “All MotoGP riders have actually put their total lives into bike racing” – John Hopkins goes into detail about how making the decision to retire is one in all essentially the most refined a rider ever has to assemble. The American says how Jorge Lorenzo, fortunately, used to be in a put of living to plot terminate the decision to retire himself, as a replacement of being compelled into early retirement.

4. “He managed the tyres so neatly… I was dapper impressed” – Simon Crafar talking about how Jack Miller managed his tyres all the diagram via the drag, sooner than within the extinguish being in a put of living to drag far from Andrea Dovizioso and shutting in on Fabio Quartararo. Crafar believes Dovizioso to be one in all the finest within the paddock at conserving tyre existence, making Miller’s performance even more impressive.

5. “Maverick did have a technical teach that triggered lack of grip” – Simon tells the podcast regarding the thriller of Maverick Viñales in Sunday’s Valencia Tall Prix. With Simon predicting him to own 2nd, Maverick struggled all drag lengthy and didn’t aim at the entrance, with Simon telling us why!

Preserve essentially the most neatly-liked episode of Closing on the Brakes upright now to own the void of the 2019 season coming to a terminate, with all of this to glimpse forward to plus mighty, far more!

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