In “MotoG-Podcast”, conducted by Paolo Ianieri and Zoran Filicic, the 125 world champion, now coach in the Sky-VR46 team, freewheeling: from Stoner to Quartararo, from Viñales to Rossi
From the escape in the World Championship of Fabio Quartararo, who with the fourth success in a row is increasingly a candidate to be the man to beat for the succession to the throne of Joan Mir, to the surrender of Maverick Viñales, who after just 9 races hands over the Yamaha keys to his teammate team and for next year he could accept an offer from Aprilia or stay at home to be Nina’s father full time. Host of the MotoG-Podcast episode with Paolo Ianieri and Zoran Filicic, this week there is Roberto Locatelli, the 125 world champion who today holds the role of coach in the Sky-VR46 team for Marco Bezzecchi and Celestino Vietti. “Maverick’s problem is not technical but human, but in the meantime we are waiting to compare Quartararo to heavy names of the past”, explains Locatelli. For which “Ducati is the bike that everyone would like today”, applauds Marc Marquez (“He’s coming back a little at a time”), assures that Valentino Rossi is not finished (“Around him there should be that spirit of the old Yamaha” ) and opening the gallery of memories he tells us what it was like to live as a teammate of Casey Stoner: “He ran in the wet with the bike that was set up for dry, he did incredible things that made me feel poor”.
June 30 – 12:00
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