About this Episode

It takes a lot to knock MotoGP off it's poem perch but it's happened this week thanks to South Africa' s pride and joy, the Blind Rhino Darryn Binder. Baby Jesus (Pedro Acosta) was crowned Moto 3 champion in Portimao thanks to Binder and for his efforts in taking out Dennis Foggia and handing Acosta the title Binder will now be forever immortalised in a Boris ode. Praise doesn't come any higher. Come for the poem but stay for the discussion about Rossi's looming last ride, Moto2, plans for the Singleton trip with the crew on November 20 and more.

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