MotoGP: The car guy that went to bikes
Last weekend may not have witnessed the most exciting grand prix ever staged in Valencia, but it was an important occasion for our own Toby Moody. It was his last in the British Eurosport commentary box, and so in this column, he relives his favourite memories of the sport he loves
Sunday was the last MotoGP broadcast for British Eurosport with my colleagues Julian Ryder and Randy Mamola. Personally it was the end of an era that has taken a large part of my working life. I have been in the MotoGP paddock for all but four years since I left school.
Blimey... it is frightening to ask myself where the time has gone, but if it's flown by, it must be for a reason; that I enjoyed it.
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