MotoGP » Fortune favours Lorenzo as he regains lead


Having run out of luck at the Assen TT a week ago, Jorge Lorenzo enjoys a reversal of fortunes in the German Grand Prix.

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RocketR1

July 08, 2012 5:14 PM

I hope that this race was an eye opener for Yamaha..Ethier there setup was junk or Honda are now the best bike on the grid..Same old story the M1 needs more power when exiting from a corner,the RCV's were just pulling clear of everything on this course.

Promese - Unregistered

July 08, 2012 5:22 PM

People say Honda is the 2 best bike, they all complain about tyres and chatter etc but its all big excuses.. Honda just prove today the speed of the rc213v!! Its very sad waching people just saying that Yamaha is better only because Lorenzo extract the best from that bike.. You guys can t aceppted but Lorenzo is the best and the fastest rider of Motogp at the momente.. the realaty is that Honda never was worst then Yamaha, only yamaha make one step closer to Honda but now loocks like Honda with the new chassi is back on top form again!! Anyway no fear at all for Lorenzo he will beat Stoner and pedrosa my bet..

draint - Unregistered

July 08, 2012 5:37 PM

Holy crap how fast were those Repsols!! in a different area code compared to the Yams. Sure Lorenzo was injured but 15 seconds is huge gap, and the other yams were even worse.

OMinous signs from big HRC, if this continues 20 point advantage is gonna look like childs play..

99 - Unregistered

July 08, 2012 5:39 PM

"Why can't this bloke just admit that Casey and Pedrosa were faster and it had nothing to do with his tyres. Moan moan moan...."

I think I saw the Marshals applauding him on the slow down lap though... Bet they would have helped him had he binned it :-) He certainly wouldn't have been moaning about THAT!

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