MotoGP » Lorenzo: So happy, so confident


"We started strongly from the first moment and I am feeling so confident, plus my bike is working very well here" - Jorge Lorenzo

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proud spaniard - Unregistered

November 05, 2010 9:44 PM

1st: dePuniet started the turn way wider, and when he closed the trajectory he found Lorenzo had taken the inside so he had to stand up again and correct trayectory. Lorenzo did nothing wrong. DePuniet was slower and wider and he overtook him cleanly. Has dePuniet complained about it? Then shut your pie holes!
2nd: about the heart rate, they explained that the information displayed isn't accurate yet becuase it's a new gadget and they still have to improve it, and that Lorenzo's heart rate had to be slower than that because that would mean anaerobic work and he couldn't last a whole race like that. Like the osciloscopic cams, it will improve with time.

Al - Unregistered

November 06, 2010 12:44 AM

...Lorenzo was on a fast lap & it COULD have been real dangerous if RdP hadn't been looking... I want Rossi to win tomorrow but the way he's been riding recently,it'll take a miracle!! Lets all hope they stay upright AND THE BEST MAN WINS!!!!

LanceTheHooliganAlbon

November 06, 2010 8:47 AM
Last Edited 1393 days ago

@Cedric

The only way we're going to see again who's top dog is over 2011 & 2012 again, when the guys are on the bikes they can be on, in different teams with no special favors from anyone ... just pure racing and development.

Spies has hinted that at times he's not sure who's bike he's been riding and seeing the speed differences between the Yamaha's it's clear that 2 of the 4 are usually 6-8km/h (sometimes more) quicker which means different bikes. Factory vs Satellite.

When Rossi left Honda for Yamaha, Honda had to leave Rossi on a full factory bike because he was leading the championship. This year it's been Horgay, so who cares which bike Rossi has! Before the 2010 season started, Rossi was quickest at almost every pre-season test - so what's changed then?

Like I said, the true test will be the next couple of years. Riders with the best their factory can give and their own riding skills on the track. Next weeks testing times will also be interesting.

Just my opinions here :)

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