MotoGP » 'Sore' Lorenzo starts again at Sachsenring

“Assen was a disaster for us, we worked very hard to build up the Championship lead which unfortunately was lost on the first corner” – Jorge Lorenzo.

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July 03, 2012 8:21 AM

It's not like Lorenzo really has any option besides picking up the pieces and moving on. Luckily no one was hurt, everyone has handled the crash relatively well, and he of all people knows moping around all weekend isn't going slow Stoner down.

Gaz - Unregistered

July 03, 2012 9:33 AM

Pedrosa will win this weekend as he has always gone well here. After that it will be a battle between Casey and Jorge.

Gutted that Jorge has lost his hard earned 25 point lead.

JLo will win at Brno I would think though, so hope that he can rebuild his lead. If he loses the championship by 25 points or less, I am not going to be very happy!


July 03, 2012 9:35 AM

Lorenzo is a outstanding rider just like Stoner and will bounce back this weekend, he and Stoner know whats at stake here the world championship. The championship will go down to these 2 riders no risk! Rossi won't push to hard, Hayden will give it a fair crack and Pedrossa is riding for his future at Repsol, how many years now and still no title. Look out for Dovizioso, he wants Spies seat on the factory bike and podiums will help his cause. Spies will no doubt have the usual problems and not get the best out of the yamaha.


July 03, 2012 10:41 AM

@Stoners no 1 fan
I am a stoner fan and I think you got it the wrong way round mate, there is no way stoner will be fully fit after that high side, I think JLO will be the one with the upper hand,and it is much easier to ride the Yam than the Honda.

markyb69 - Unregistered

July 03, 2012 11:02 AM

Despite this big set back Jorge is still a massive favourite for the title in my opinion. He's had the measure of Casey so far this year, as long as this doesnt get to him he'll be fine.

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