This week's episode of the MotoGP podcast featuring Keith Huewen jumps straight into a title-deciding Moto3 race at Portimao, in which rookie star Pedro Acosta was crowned after a dramatic last lap incident saw championship rival Dennis Foggia taken out by Darryn Binder.

Binder was disqualified, with an attempt to apologise was firmly rebuffed by the Leopard team. The mistake also fuelled the debate on whether Binder is ready to jump straight from Moto3 to MotoGP next season and if some kind of F1-style super license is needed for entry to the premier-class.

Huewen, MotoGP editor Peter McLaren and Podcast host harry Benjamin, then discuss the red-flagged MotoGP race, which saw victory for Francesco Bagnaia, the first race fall of the season for new champion Fabio Quartararo and the constructors' title being won by Ducati.

Ducati legend Casey Stoner was also trackside this week, for the first time in over three years, and the team discuss what the Australian had to say of the modern MotoGP class.

The Moto2 race saw Stoner's countryman Remy Gardner land what should be a knockout blow to team-mate and title rival Raul Fernandez, but it will still be a tense Valencia weekend.

After more questions sent in by listeners Keith, Pete and Harry make their predictions for this weekend's season finale - before Harry surprises Keith with a blast from the past!

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