The 16th of Crash.net's new MotoGP podcasts, featuring Keith Huewen, is now ready to download.

The latest episode sees former grand prix rider, British champion and BT Sport commentator Huewen looks back on another weekend of big announcements and on-track drama in Austria.

Maverick Vinales was sensationally suspended by Yamaha on the eve of the event, with Petronas then announcing they will not continue as title sponsor of the Sepang Racing Team in 2022.

Huewen, again joined by podcast host Harry Benjamin and Crash.net's MotoGP editor Peter McLaren, analyses the background and future implications for both of those decisions, including whether Vinales will race an M1 again and the likely closure of the Sepang Moto2 and Moto3 teams.

The fallout of the Vinales situation could also affect both teams, with Huewen expecting test rider Cal Crutchlow to be moved from Petronas Yamaha to replace the Spaniard at Silverstone and Moto2's Jake Dixon to make a surprise MotoGP debut.

On track, a late rain shower in Sunday's race produced a thrilling finish, with Brad Binder braving it out on slicks for a shock home KTM victory, while Raul Fernandez and Sergio Garcia triumphed in the Moto2 and Moto3 classes.

Viewer questions include Fernandez's future MotoGP move, the chance of both Binder brothers being in the premier-class next season and whether Suzuki's innovative method to stop riders following Alex Rins out of the pits in qualifying was dangerous.

Download Episode 16 at the following links...

New podcasts available each week.