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Matthew Birt  says:

British MotoGP: Jorge Lorenzo happy to be joined by Colin Edwards

Jorge Lorenzo says he would relish the chance to partner veteran American Colin Edwards in Yamaha’s official factory MotoGP squad. The Texan is leading candidate to take Valentino Rossi’s vacant YZR-M1 machine while the Italian recuperates from the broken right leg he suffered in Mugello recently.  Lorenzo said: ““I don’t know if this is sure but if Colin moves then I’d...

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51moto

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51moto says:

Give it to Guintoli!

I'm not sure how keen Suzuki would be to let Sylvain go to MotoGP for a while, but he's on form and he knows the Tech Trois team intimately...Plus he's the closest apart from JT that we have to a Brit to take Colin's ride. I know JT says he'd jump at the chance to return to the premier class paddock, but I think he left having put a few noses out of joint...Colin's being one of them. So I can't see Colin being happy for JT to get his bike while he's on Vale's. It will be very interesting to see how this one pans out.

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IANSMA

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IANSMA says:

hi i would like to say i am sad and pleased to going to moto gp this weekend.for one i am going on race day for first time in years just to se rossi on the m1 yamaha. but not to be.so i hope rossi a speedy recovery. and lorenzo can keep the yamaha at the front . good luck.

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chriswren

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chriswren says:

It is going to be a great day but with out Rossi and Lorenzo batteling it out, this weekend, there is going to be somthing missing :(

Even better, with the Football on this weekend and it being at Silverstone, it most probably wont take 4 hours to get out the car park like it does at Donnington.

I'm rooting for Dovizioso......... I know it is sad but I get a woody for the whole Honda/Repsol thing and Pedrosa is a right miserable git.

Bring it on.

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ginganz13

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ginganz13 says:

Yawn

I glad motoGP makes someone laugh because it makes me cry with boredom - the only reason to tune in is Moto2

 

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motocollect

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motocollect says:

Schwantz for Suzuki

Was about to say similar to '51moto' re Toseland / Guintoli etc., but with Denning publicly saying his riders aren't in the groove ( always a good way of boosting team morale! ), I bet Loris wishes he could do a few races on a competative machine before he retires...... Anyway now I can add Denning's 'BOOK OF EXCUSES ' to my Christmas list, or maybe Volume 2 will be out by then! 

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