MotoGP » Lorenzo chasing three-on-the-trot at home

The Spaniard wants to make it a second win in Spain this season around the venue he considers 'very special'.

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June 29, 2010 4:38 PM

Congratulations on your Assen win, Jorge!

Good luck at your home race! Casey Stoner is getting stronger with every race. I hope he is going to give you a challenge!


"three-on-the-trot"? I assume that is british slang for when us yanks say, "three-in-a-row?" anyway...I like it! :)


June 29, 2010 5:01 PM

Well, it will be great see Jorge having to CHASE his hat trick, rather than run away with it.
Please, this is not about Rossi could have, should have, would have. He's there until further notice.
Jorge is here and now.
All the best Jorge and I hope Casey, Dani and a few others find a solution to make you work for it.!!!

Cedric - Unregistered

June 29, 2010 5:50 PM

Montmelo will not be as easy as Silverstone or Assen. It's a place where Pedrosa has always been very competitive (except last year when he was injured)and the Hrc Hondas seem very very fast. I wouldn't be surprised if pedro runs away with it with Jlo placing comfortably in the second place. The thing is Pedro will gamble, Jlo won't.

TheRealMoaner - Unregistered

June 29, 2010 6:58 PM

Since Rossi's crash and the ridiculous spectacle now of EVERY bike on the grip already in the points at the START of a race, I have been moaning for Motogp. Consider this now: Not too long ago, all the stories on F1 would hardly attract 20 posts between them in a month! (okay, I exaggerate a little). A single Motogp racing story would chalk up 300 posts in ONE hour. Now, the F1 posts are 569 to Motogp's 429. The posts on true Motogp RACING stories are only 76, compared to 236 for the major current F1 RACING story. Jorge is taking his chances, good 4 him. But come on, you genuine bad*** Motogp zealots, how many of you really still LOOK FORWARD to Sunday afternoon??!!

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