It’s the final episode of 2019! So what better diagram to cap off the year by taking a leer at a pair of of the handiest on and off target reviews of the season
The final 2019 episode of the MotoGP™ Podcast has arrived and to cap off the maiden season of Remaining On The Brakes, Matt Dunn and Fran Wyld choose a behind sit down and a chat with MotoGP™ commentators Steve Day and Matt Birt to battle by draw of a spread of the on and off target highlights of the year.
Who became their rider of the year? What concerning the biggest surprises and disappointments? Who (by accident) stole Carlos Checa’s hire vehicle? All this plus a chat concerning the crazy rumour mill discontinue to the season, and what they’re most taking a leer forward to in 2020.
Steve Day on his rider of the year: “No person anticipated it… He’s been completely sensational and from Jerez onwards, whenever you happen to no doubt choose into consideration the diagram the championship has long gone, he’s been the lustrous gentle and the saviour in quite lots of programs.”
Matt Birt on his rider of the year: “He became sensational, phenomenal, you flow out of superlatives to divulge the guy… He became so, so, tidy solid! I don’t mediate we’re ever going to leer any individual set a season together cope with that for loads of a long time yet to attain abet, the guy became working on a in point of fact reasonably heaps of stage.”
Don’t be troubled – Remaining On The Brakes WILL be abet in 2020 in time for the commence of the season! Within the intervening time, you might perchance well aloof procure in touch with the team the use of #MotoGPPodcast on Twitter – speak us who that you just must leer on the podcast next year, and even what you’re up to over the vacation season within the event you in actuality cope with.