MotoGP » Lorenzo: This year will be different


“Last year we struggled, especially in acceleration but I feel that this year is going to be a little different” – Jorge Lorenzo.

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mr G - Unregistered

May 14, 2012 4:58 PM

come on lorenzo spies cal n dovi! le mans should suit ur M1's a treat free and flowing just how the M1 luv its it! good luck yamaha stop the stoner steam roller. (btw,yes i am a yamaha man)

Realist

May 14, 2012 5:35 PM
Last Edited 799 days ago

While I'd like to see Lorenzo win, the Stoner/Honda combination is extremely dominant at the moment. While I don't think Stoner will run away with the WC, he'll likely win again. I'd like to see this WC be so close that it comes down to the very last race.

Um - Unregistered

May 14, 2012 6:39 PM

Don't know about Le Mans suiting the M1, it's not a flowing track ...

This is what motogp site says about it :

Le Mans is a tight track dominated by first gear corners that place the emphasis on late braking and hard acceleration, whilst rear end traction is also a key area.

Lorenzo is on the back foot. Stoner won where he wasn't supposed to and he is proving to be almost impossible to beat. Still, Lorenzo is a fighter and the only one that can stop Stoner.

I don't agree that MotoGP is boring right now. THe top three have been close till the end, the races have been tense and Lorenzo and Pedrosa have been keeping Stoner honest, and that is a very difficult job at present, with Stoner being as strong as he ever has been. Sure, we haven' t seen Moto2 type racing nor last lap crazy fest like SBK at Donington, but at least Stoner has not been winning by 10 seconds!

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