Paddock People

An introduction to paddock faces and their work

An introduction to paddock faces and their work

Paddock Passions: Repsol Honda

The Repsol Honda team celebrated its 100th GP win this season at the Grand Prix of Aragón, and both Team Coordinator Roger van der Borght and Mechanic Mark Bennett have been part of the set-up for each one. In this video the pair discuss their most outstanding memories of the past 16 years…

Paddock People: Guido Giavazzi

Despite his youth, Guido Gaviazzi is an irreplaceable character in the MotoGP paddock. As manager of HRC's hospitality, he has experienced unforgettable moments with riders like Mick Doohan, Alex Crivillé and Valentino Rossi, with whom he has forged strong friendships.

Paddock people: Joeri Riessauw

Meet the Öhlins suspension tech as he takes you inside Monster Yamaha Tech 3 garage, where he describes his role in working with Colin Edwards and Cal Crutchlow and shares his history with Ohlins and entry into the MotoGP world.

Paddock People: Chris Hillard from Alpinestars

Find out about Chris Hillard’s role for Alpinestars in MotoGP, as he discusses his six years in the paddock and his current position in which he works closely with the riders for whom Alpinestars provide protective wear.

Paddock People: Peter Baumgartner

In a new series from motogp.com ‘Paddock People’ introduces a range of roles inside the world of MotoGP, and explains their contribution to the World Championship. In this first episode Bridgestone tyre technician Peter Baumgartner describes his work with the Yamaha Factory Racing team.

Paddock People: Peter Clifford

In the latest instalment of the Paddock People series in which various faces from inside the MotoGP world discuss their experiences in the World Championship, veteran of the paddock in various roles Peter Clifford talks about his time as a journalist, commentator, WCM Team Manager and also his current involvement with the Red Bull Rookies.

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