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Let the Eurosport team take you through all the thrills, spills and controversies of the World Superbikes and BSB weekends as well as give you the inside track on the championships and riders. Oh, and check out some exclusive interviews too…
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In the final Full Throttle of 2019, Greg Haines is joined by Eurosport co-commentator James Whitham and pit lane reporter Charlie Hiscott in the Losail paddock. Did Kawasaki win the title - or Ducati lose it? And just how is Whit so intelligent when he wants to be?!     
In the final episode of The Shakey Show this season, British Superbikes legend Shane Byrne joins Eurosport commentator Greg Haines to reflect on the brilliant Scott Redding taking the 2019 BSB title.After a thrilling Showdown finale with a triple-header at Brands Hatch, the guys react to all the action and give all due credit to Josh Brookes' final-round heroics in ending up a close second in the season standings.
Eurosport commentator Greg Haines is joined by James Whitham after an action-packed Argentinian round of WorldSBK dominated by the state of the Circuito San Juan Villicum track.Plus, the guys give their reaction after Randy Krummenacher called out his team in a shocking post-race rant.
In the latest episode of The Shakey Show, British Superbikes legend Shane Byrne joins Eurosport commentator Greg Haines to recap the latest round of World Superbikes in France.Jonathan Rea wrapped up an unprecedented fifth title in a row and the boys discuss the legacy of the Northern Irishman. Rea will go down as one of the greats but is there something he could do to even further how he will be remembered?
In the latest episode of The Shakey Show, British Superbikes legend Shane Byrne joins Eurosport commentator Greg Haines to recap the first round of The Showdown in Assen.Scott Redding was in sublime form as he sealed a double triumph at the circuit, but what will follow in the final two rounds of the season? Also, how is Shakey's recovery going now and will he ever return to the sport?
Contender Tarran Mackenzie joins Eurosport commentator Greg Haines to preview the hotly-anticipated Showdown in British Superbikes.Assen sees the start of the 2019 Showdown - who is going to take the spoils? Join Greg and Tarran for insight, analysis and anticipation ahead of the crucial next round.
Eurosport commentator Greg Haines and Julian Ryder react to the latest WorldSBK action following a thrilling weekend in Portimão with Jonathan Rea and Alvaro Bautista sharing victories.Where does that leave the title race and what can we expect for the remainder of the season? What Haines and Ryder do agree on is the attention is now very much on Rea v Bautista. How about Leon Haslam?
In the latest episode of The Shakey Show, Shane Byrne chats with Greg Haines and special guest Scott Redding from Cadwell Park.Shakey chats to Scott about his bikes career, training, mentality... and being 'the guy who nicked his ride'!
In this week's revved up episode of Full Throttle Greg Haines sits down with Andrew Irwin, the newest winner of a BSB race, in an enthralling one hour conversation. The guys cover every single topic you could possibly imagine.
In the latest episode of The Shakey Show, Shane Byrne chats with Greg Haines about all the latest action as Andrew Irwin starred at Thruxton with his first British Superbike win in race one before finishing second in race two. Which team would Shakey choose for a potential return next season? Plus, Shane answers some of your quickfire questions.
Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne joined Greg Haines to review a hectic weekend of BSB racing at Snetterton. The six-time British Superbike champion heaped praise on Scott Redding, had his say on that ‘jump start’, and gives his views on Jason O’Halloran’s struggles. The 42-year-old also gives an update on a potential return to the sport.  
Greg Haines is joined by James Whitham to discuss another disastrous weekend for Alvaro Bautista as Jonathan Rea extended his lead at the top of the World Superbike standings to 81. The chaps also preview the upcoming BSB weekend at Snetterton and Whit pays tribute to the ‘prickly’ Marco Melandri, who announced this week that he will retire at the end of the season.  
Greg Haines is joined by an all-star Eurosport cast - James Whitham, Matt Roberts and Charlie Hiscott - to discuss the recent World Superbikes round at Donington Park, with Jonathan Rea taking a treble to overtake Alvaro Bautista in the title standings. He now leads the Spaniard by 24 points. But how did he do it? Will he be caught?
In the latest episode of The Shakey Show Shane Byrne chats with Greg Haines about his current situation after his horrible injuries.  Shane talks about his rehab and progress and discusses how like a possible return would be, and the reason why he would even come back.  Plus there's a review of all the action from the weekend just gone. 
In the latest episode of Full Throttle James Whitham joins Greg Haines to discuss all the goings on from the latest round of the World Superbike Championship at Misano. Jonathan Rea closed the gap to Alvaro Bautista at the top of the standings after an uncharacteristic error from Bautista – an error Whit believes was owing to mitigating circumstances. There is also warm praise for Toprak Razgatlioglu, who pushed Rea all the way.          
Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne, the six-time British Superbike champion, joined Greg Haines to dissect a hectic weekend of racing at Brands Hatch. Shakey thinks other riders take advantage of Josh Brookes’ work ethic, backs Scott Redding to perform at World Superbike should he be given a wildcard for Donington and gives an update on his injury status.    
Loris Baz takes us through his comeback to World Superbikes and reveals how he was struggling last season. And we get paddock show host Michael Hill’s take on what to expect in the upcoming WorldSBK races as well as on tunnels and, er, his teeth!
Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne, the six-time British Superbike champion, joined Greg Haines after a hectic weekend of racing at Donington. Shakey gives his view on that Josh Brookes crash and also told Greg of the risks that would be associated with his potential return to racing, and why, if he does return, it will be for his family.  
Tommy Bridewell spoke to Greg Haines for the latest Full Throttle Podcast, touching on a range of topics including his run out at the Imola WSBK round, whether he might return for the Jerez round and also advocated a closer working relationship between BSB and WSBK. Eugene Laverty also spoke to Greg about the horrible injuries he suffered following a crash during practice at Imola.  
James Whitham and Greg Haines were in agreement that the decision to call off the final race of the Imola WSBK round was the correct one. While Whit recounts the time a dog made an appearance on track. The chaps also discuss the reason behind the resurgence of Jonathan Rea, and what it means for his title battle with Alvaro Bautista.    
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