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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Cedric - Unregistered

July 08, 2012 9:03 PM

Yeah, bad luck for Jorge last week, good luck today (although Stoner today made a mistake, don't forget about it)... Still think the lost engine is a big problem for the spaniard, Yamaha has never built long live engines like honda. 5 engines won't be enough, i'm afraid. Remember 2010 and how Yamaha had to limit the revs for 3 or 4 races.

MotoFan - Unregistered

July 08, 2012 9:40 PM

It's not "fortune" what gave him the lead again...

It's something called "Pact with the devil". Is older that the ***** profession. Get it right, just check his flag, that's the ancient symbol of Lucifer, the devil.

Isn't that a bit too much?
Its a Sunday and we all watched the race instead of going to church..

Vader - Unregistered

July 08, 2012 10:57 PM

9o9o9o9 It's not a pact with the devil you noob.

The two symbols represents his dark side (when he is racing) and the good side (when he take his helmet off)

It's the same concept that Valentino Rossi uses only he has the sun and the moon.

Pact with the devil, if he truly has a act with the devil, explain the halo on the other logo then?

Google scholar.

choco - Unregistered

July 08, 2012 11:54 PM

Dovi gets another podium because of a crash of an alien. Dovi helps the Yamaha squad while Spies is no Lorenzo. So the question is about the bikes, Yamaha or Honda? What's the best MotoGP bike? Consider Honda lost Dovi and Simmoncelli last year and the Repsol Hondas seem to be getting better. Let's call the bikes even for now until we get some more results on different tracks. But 15 seconds is a huge margin of victory. Bautista was fast, Bradl is getting the hang of it. Dovi, Crutchlow are fast and consistent. Game on.

whatda - Unregistered

July 08, 2012 11:55 PM

Maybe I watched a different race byt this guy didnt win anythng, he was so far back he may as well be called Rossi.

Stoner lost the race
JLO 15 secs to catch up, if I was him I would be worried about that.
15 Secs I mean, WFT, did he start at a later time or something

Lets hope he is not another over rated wood duck

Shamu - Unregistered

July 09, 2012 2:52 AM

"Maybe I watched a different race byt this guy didnt win anythng, he was so far back he may as well be called Rossi."

He will be the next rossi most likely. A good ambassador for the sport. But he wont match the championship wins. As for stoner, he is not in the league of the greats, past present or future because he is a quiter and blames dorna for his failures. The greats will always love this sport. Stoner even blames his family for his quiting.

Destro

July 09, 2012 6:23 AM

this was supposed to be a yamaha track yet he finished +15 back and the rest +20s plus. If honda is this strong here, then this does not bode well for the rest of the season.

JLo will need more luck, especially running with tired engines and injuries.

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