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Matthew Birt  says:

Jorge Lorenzo deflated after slump to seventh

Jorge Lorenzo suffered his worst finish in the MotoGP world championship since the final race of his rookie season in 2008 after the reigning world champion slumped from second to seventh in Le Mans.Slowed by a chronic lack of rear grip on a wet track, Lorenzo was languishing down in ninth position at one stage and only regained two places...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (20 May 2013 11:23)

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Nov 03

Posts: 2107

saturn392 says:


You're bugging me man - your M.O. in posting is very familiar but I can't put my finger on your previous persona ?

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Apr 11

Posts: 3335

Bultoboy says:


Lorenzo having one bad race in how many years? Barely been off the podium in the last 2 years?

Hardly a parallel with Rossi over the same period is it and Lorenzo has never set himself up for a fall with claims of how he will sort out a bike that was under developed by a lazy and clueless rider has he...

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Nov 11

Posts: 786

Firebird3 says:


Still flogging the same old horse, it's got rather boring now.......Rossi sorting out the Ducati episode was over two years ago. We all know it was a stupid thing to say and I should think Rossi regrets saying it, just as many others have regretted saying certain things.

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May 13

Posts: 194

gixanator says:

Lorenzo had a bad race this weekend for sure but it is looking like he's falling for the weight of the No1 plate that many have succumbed to in the past.

he'll be top 3 without a doubt and maybe next season he can do it while not carrying that weight(if things don't improve that is), i hope so anyway, the sport would be poorer without him just like it is with Stoner gone.

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