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Matthew Birt  says:

Jorge Lorenzo completes successful collarbone surgery

Jorge Lorenzo has undergone successful surgery to plate and screw the left collarbone he broke in a high-speed crash during a rain-hit second MotoGP practice session at Assen in Holland yesterday. The reigning world champion flew home to Barcelona last night and immediately underwent a two-hour operation at the Hospital General de Catalunya to insert a titanium plate and eight screws...

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Oct 06

Posts: 587

Eddy998 says:


Crutchlow for the win then, is it????????????????????????

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Mar 03

Posts: 249

Sheene Fan7 says:

latest news is Lorenzo is going to try and race tomorrow if he passed the medical check before warmup

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Nov 12

Posts: 39

Danny456D says:

Not a huge Jorge fan but.

The fact he got on a plane only a few hours after having a plate and i dno how many screws banged into his collarbone,with (i assume, though could be wrong) the intention of racing, after lobbing his bike down the road at 150mph, then walking away from it..all in about 24 hours? One plane journey alone and i'm knackered for a week. I'd be having the rest of the year off after something like that.

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Jul 12

Posts: 3190

wosihound says:

Attitude..and pleasant ballads.

Listen..CBRX you softlad.

Do you honestly think we give a fuck about what you're up to?

Why repeat yourself on every thread if you're so clued up and fkin interesting?..and STOP copying and pasting results all over the place, like you're doing us a favour..we already know!!

Are you yearning to be accepted and liked or summats, ya poove?

I don't believe a word of your bollox anyhow..It's a well known fact all Aussies just listen to Kylie Minogue and Men at Work and can only sing in tune to Waltzing Matilda & Rolf Harris, so stick that perceived musical integrity up your arse Pal..we brought you bozoz Punk Rock and don't need condescending lectures on loathing.

Who are you singing a song for at the race-track this weekend anyway?

Fkin nobody..that's who. Same as bastard usual.

Hahahaha.. Loser.

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Nov 03

Posts: 2232

saturn392 says:


Mr Blackbird - a little test on musical knowledge :-  

Q. Does yer Dad own a brewery ?

A. ????????

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Jun 12

Posts: 149

willc955 says:


Interesting what hugelean said about intentionally starting from pitlane to get a new engine...can they do that?  Pretty good idea if it works.  I've also read the team won't allow him to race if its raining.  Lorenzo is definitely a soldier when it comes to riding injured.  China '08 comes to mind, but this would be even more amazing.

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Nov 09

Posts: 167

jewels says:


Yes i have a damaged right wrist but its got caused by a acident,HA HA HA,

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Jan 12

Posts: 1810

doohanfan says:


would appear to be a major plonker, but how the hell is he an agent of the elite CBR?. I will give it to the Brits that they are at least sufficiently sophisticated to be more sceptical about the Murdoch press than some Australians appear to be.

I think the outlook for Jorge will depend on whether the fracture is comminuted like Dani's was last year. If it is a single break, he may well be able to return quickly, and would not necessarily be very impaired functionally as you imply, although he would obviously be in considerable pain if he rode this weekend. I stand to be corrected, but I think Colin Edwards had one of his best recent performances in similar circumstances.

On an historical note Wosi, the Saints' formation in Brisbane in 1974 predates that of the Sex Pistols in 1975, although my preference for music of that era from the UK was more for Dr Feelgood, the Damned and Buzzcocks, who were terrific when I saw them in Australia a couple of months ago. Colin Hay is a Scotsman btw, and you guys, in particular three of your compatriots in Stock, Aitken and Waterman are responsible for Kylie Minogue's musical career and many similar affronts to public taste from other artists. I stand by the thing she did with Nick Cave though.

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Mar 09

Posts: 5391

Nostrodamus says:

I know the answer to your question Saturn

And I think you'll find you're on the wrong site. Sexually ambiguous and curious individuals are recommended to frequent David Emmett's site which encourages individuals to out themselves. See Emmett's Jerez Thursday roundup report from last month.

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