#Motorsport101 - Episode #37: Dre Against Humanity
(REALLY sorry we didn't get an early access version out this time around, Johnson was round my house building my new PC. Will make it up to you guys next episode, promise.)

"This Podcast is a solid 8/10 on the Sass-O-Meter. Mostly because we talk extensively about Graham Rahal. But in this edition of #Motorsport101:


- We review IndyCar's Grand Prix of Alabama, as Simon Pagenaud continues his ridiculous run of from with back-to-back wins, but it wasn't without controversy (Again), as Graham Rahal went to war with the Frenchman, as well as Conor Daly for playing backmarker. Gotta get that Dale Coyne marketing money, right?


- We talk about the snoozefest of MotoGP in Jerez as Valentino Rossi destroyed the field to take his first win in 10 races, the over-saturation of Rossi media coverage, and THAT performance in Moto3 from Brad "Goddamn" Binder.


- We briefly talk about the Paris ePrix for Formula E, not so much for the boring GP, but more for the awful treatment that fans suffered on the day, and why the series seems to be showing more and more logistical cracks.


- We also debate a bunch of F1 topics, from Bernie Ecclestone doubling down on his comments about the potential of female drivers, could there be an eSports viability for the F1 games down the road, and how Vijay Mallya of Force India owes the country of India $1.3 BILLION DOLLARS, like something out of an Austin Powers movie.


That and a CRAZY Cards Against Humanity deck made by friend of the show Evan Byrne. WARNING - HIGHLY OFFENSIVE CONTENT: t.co/aUYtysqz0Y. But shoutout to him, we appreciate the effort.


Thanks for watching and check back next week when Lewis Hamilton inevitably dominates Russia."