MotoGP » Lorenzo laps with new chassis, engine on Wednesday

"Tomorrow we are going to try the new engine. This is our weaker point - we are losing almost 5km/h to Dani" - Jorge Lorenzo.

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Sonja levesque - Unregistered

September 05, 2012 7:47 AM

M1 Engine not fast?...wat an ignorant question...only 5kmph down on straight and tht too long straights...dani is 13 kgs lighter than jorge put dani on the yamaha and it seems honda lacks 3-4kmph back of the yamaha.

Nocturnus nacht blue - Unregistered

September 05, 2012 7:51 AM


dude did u seriously watch the race? pedrosa and ben were of equal straight line speeds and ben beight 16 kgs more than little dani. ANDDD STONER????....WDF??...Dude seriously did u watch the race???...he was battling with andrea and passed only one on the brakes and andrea re passed sit back and dont satify ur egos here and bring lame stories

Vince - Unregistered

September 05, 2012 9:22 AM

In my opinion this season will be the last chance for Lorenzo to win a title for a while.

With Honda seemingly having the best package so far for next year, the prodigy Marquez stepping up and Rossi going back to Yamaha, Lorenzo needs to make this year count

Md Zane - Unregistered

September 05, 2012 11:00 AM

Vettels car in the last race race was so slow but the overall package still managed second,the Yammy theory.

Got to say allways thought the Yammy chassis was perfection so any improvement should realistically be very slight.Would love to read later today that yammy are gunning for horse power and are trying the screemer motor:)


September 05, 2012 1:45 PM

This just in from Yamaha we test a new chassis and engine at Aragon with Jorge at the helm, but we will not understand the M1's true capabilities or potential untill Valencia when again Valentino evaluates the bike.
Not untill Furasawa rejoins us in 2013 and valentino's direction will we see the M1 dominate.

Lin Jarvis

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