MotoGP » Lorenzo struggling, pain in the neck for Spies


Yamaha's Jorge Lorenzo finds himself chasing the Hondas after free practice at Brno, the Spaniard having problems under braking; Spies suffering with neck pain.

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Ammar - Unregistered

August 12, 2011 4:20 PM

some catching up to do for these 2

although honestly speaking after a 21 day break, you dont expect stuff like pain in the neck.....he might as well as have got pregnant

RawDawg

August 12, 2011 4:34 PM

That was my question - wasn't this the round that Yamaha was suppose to bring a new engine and if so what happen to it? I haven't read anything so I'm assuming Yamaha wasn't able to get it ready in time.

xyz - Unregistered

August 12, 2011 5:15 PM

Someone who was watching the times said that although Jorge's fastest lap wasn't that great, only Pedrosa put in more consistently fast laps than Lorenzo.

King Kenny - Unregistered

August 12, 2011 5:50 PM

AFAIK, they will try the new engine during testing on Monday, and if they like it they'll still have to wait a couple of GGPP before they can use it because it says so somewhere in the regulations... don't ask me... that's what the guys in the tv said a few weeks ago...

shamarone

August 12, 2011 7:18 PM

re: "although honestly speaking after a 21 day break, you dont expect stuff like pain in the neck.....he might as well as have got pregnant"

no worries. it's the nature of having a pinched nerve. you can just wake up one day with it. just went through this myself about 2 months ago. i thought i had slept wrong...? i wanted to jump out a window it was so bad. it took 4 visits to a chiropractor to get relief. it turns out the bones in your back/neck can definitely slip out of place and rest against a nerve. god help you if/when they do.

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