MotoGP » Lorenzo: I want to win at Laguna Seca… some day!


The series leader will visit Jay Leno and the headquarters of Twitter before concentrating on winning the United States Grand Prix.

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StephenGPClass

July 20, 2010 11:58 AM

I hope he does well and wins 1st place. I wish the best for everybody. I still dunno why Roger is running LCR. I think that's a little stupid, but oh well. I can't wait to see how the FIAT team will do this coming weekend. :D :D :D

adzman - Unregistered

July 20, 2010 12:12 PM

ammusing how HorHay thinks that Quatar is in Europe :-)

he's got as much chance of winning at Laguna this year as anyone else... probably a little more than anyone else...

good luck to him

chete44 - Unregistered

July 20, 2010 12:14 PM

Keep dreaming!
This is DPs land!, he did it last year on a rather crappy Honda.
All the more this year, with a much improved bike.
-You were lucky to win at Jerez that DPs ECU failed, otherwise youll never close the gap in the last 4 laps.

Pink Monkey Bird - Unregistered

July 20, 2010 12:46 PM

Attrition rate is high at LS but it will still be between DP/JL and VR, Casey showed last weekend even if he has the power he doesn't have the iron will of the true champs..and gives up far too easily.
Spies and Haydem will need snookers, and who will win the relegation battle between Dovi and Simo, my moneys on Dovi but it won't be long before Simo is beating him regularly, he's faster as he showed last week just lacks experience.
Hard to see any eventuality that will prevent this from being a barnstormer...
Rossi the catalyst no question..

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