MotoGP » Lorenzo concerned by Silverstone pace


"I tried to ride the same pace as last year but I was one second slower" - Jorge Lorenzo.

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RejectRonnie - Unregistered

June 10, 2011 7:24 PM

Crash 27, yes! LOL! More power, more power then ok he is winner. It is not great skills to win on a fast bike but it is his only skill. If race is raining then true skill can show and ROSSI can win! All honda riders can do it this season with top speed in dry. fans cant accept it for crasher boy 27.

RawDwag is my idol - Unregistered

June 10, 2011 7:59 PM

@The Critic

i agree with you
RawDwag talks like he knows everything

if the rider says (specialy Rossi) anything (excuses or progress) he always have an answer and explanations.

i think he is one of the scrutinizer of motogp.

good too you RawDwag :)

why don't you ride a bike and keep beating them

TheMiZ

June 10, 2011 8:05 PM

@ Hoppy
"Everyone is concerned about the pace of Casey and rightly so,but i think Jorge will give him a good run for his money on Sunday especially if it stays dry.Lets see what qualifying brings."

i agree with you about Lorenzo, if find his rhythm back he might real give Casey a go! but i doubt about dry race on Sunday, if it will be dry Stoner will run away, seriously, he is unstoppable, Stoner knows he is quick than the rest, and he knows that they cant keep up to his pace when he has his bike set well! you should hope for Lorenzo to get his rhythm back than hopping for a dry race on sunday! Sonter + honda = Rocket!

Stace

June 10, 2011 8:48 PM

Oh my god!!!!

Can you people talk about anything other Rossi or Stoner!

This is an article about Jorge - you know the Spanish guy riding with Number 1 on his bike this year!

The guy who kept up with Stoner last race and is suddenly 3 seconds behind. I would be worried if I was him too!

Not Casey and not Vale. Why the hell is there a need to derail every single thread!

Personally I just hope they can find something for him - I want to see some close racing again, not the follow the leader that MotoGP has turned into in the last few years.

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