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Prodigy front man buzzes from MotoGP run

Prodigy front man buzzes from MotoGP run

Having enjoyed a lap of Jerez with American former World Championship star Randy Mamola on the MotoGP X2 bike in front of thousands of race-mad MotoGP fans on Sunday, Keith Flint, lead singer of British band The Prodigy, was buzzing with energy.

Having enjoyed a high-speed lap of the Jerez de la Frontera circuit with American former World Championship star Randy Mamola on the MotoGP X2 bike in front of thousands of race-mad MotoGP fans on Sunday, Keith Flint, lead singer of British band The Prodigy, was buzzing with energy as he spoke to motogp.com.

Flint was inspired by the Ducati two-seater lap ahead of this afternoons Gran Premio bwin.com de España, saying, `Its amazing! You have respect for the riders but once youve actually done that you realise what they can do and the talent is just second to none. Its just incredible, incredible!´

When asked to compare the feeling on the MotoGP X2 with performing on stage in front of a crowd he responded, `In some respects they are so different, but also there are similarities. The buzz, the adrenalin. Its full-on and I love it. Fun and fear are the same thing, the same emotion and Im hungry for both. Randy, I mean what a man, hes incredible and Ive got so much respect for him.´

Flint has previously been a VIP guest of MotoGP and has been into motorcycles for many years and added, `Ive been a fan of bikes since I could pronounce the word. Its awesome and its a real passion for me. The races are incredible and the riders, the team players are real people, who do a phenomenal job.´

Tags:
MotoGP, 2008, GRAN PREMIO bwin.com DE ESPAÑA, Ducati Marlboro Team

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