You're BOTH blind and ignorant my friend, reverse psychology doesn't change that, i know a lot of British riders whith regular riding techniques who knows all heavy bikes drift (both wheels) in particular courriers, they take them out in the wet and figure that for themselves, but eh, you don't seems to be aware of the first thing there is to know about M-C.
I don't want to know how slow you are not to have noticed that sort of things for yourself, unless it never rains in N-Z and you dont ride on asphalt at all, because i understood you weren't British and living in a sligtly less developed -place.
Now you come here, bring the technical levels at its lowest possible, mix-up virtually every topic on the subject, can't figure what back-wheel steering a bike is, that even road bikes slides, even so Moto GP website is full of infos on that and most regular riders have a little experience of "sliding" bikes...
I take it that all you know about M-C is Nitendo-related, not real life. Get out of your mum's room and stop using her PC, perhaps you will end up riding a skateboard one day. Who knows.
Yamaha website: BIOS from SEASON
BIOS from AtoZ
his aggressive riding style of sliding the rear tire (rear wheel steering), and his hang-off riding posture is now the standard in the GP.
Now show us a source saying Lorenzo style is to back-wheel or rear-wheel steer the M1 please.