MotoGP » Lorenzo: I was thinking of the championship

'I nearly crashed in one corner and decided then to stay in second place and wait for the end of the race' - Jorge Lorezo

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Venkatesh - Unregistered

October 02, 2012 6:35 AM

What a shame at Misano...

I have never seen Dani ride so well. I am sure he would have won at Misano, and the gap could have been 3 instead of 33.

Dani should have been competitive from the start of the season to make it up for DNFs. Now, only if Jorge has a DNF in the next couple of races.. otherwise it is Jorge's championship.

I do not think Casey can be competitive even when he is back. He may have a top 5 finish to start and then podiums that will not help Dani. Casey helping Dani is ruled out.

ABC - Unregistered

October 03, 2012 3:50 AM

Did you start watching MotoGP since the Misano race?
Because if you even started since the beginning of the 2012 season you will have seen the Assen race and not post such an ignorant comment.

Venkatesh - Unregistered

October 03, 2012 6:54 PM


The posted commented is just opinion and wish. And I guess I am entitled to share my opinions/wish without hurting others, and that's what I did, like everyone does here.

I request you to kindly read comments carefully before you make such an harsh unwanted comment.

Have a good day!!!


October 03, 2012 8:44 PM
Last Edited 1305 days ago

If Pedrosa wins the remaining races and Lorenzo finishes no higher than 3rd in each of them, Dani wins the championship by 3 points. Can't see that happening. DP needs Stoner to mix things up with Lorenzo. Lorenzo can afford to keep his "championship" head on for the remaining races and not do anything silly.

I wonder if Yamaha will be having, or have had, a quiet word in Poncheral's ear so as to ensure his boys (Dovi being the likeliest candidate)a. don't do anything to make life difficult for YL and b.try and support YL as much as possible by making things difficult for Honda. Unfortunate as it is, can't see Spies contributing a great deal, but there again why should he care?

there there now - Unregistered

October 03, 2012 10:56 PM


Good point, in all he excitement we have overlooked there role in all of this, i bet Poncheral will of been informed by Yamaha's top brass to not let his riders hinder Jorge, and as you say hold up any Repsol bike as long as possible within reason.


October 04, 2012 4:56 PM

jorge is chicken. chicken chicken chicken.
he can't ride like the old man.
that's why i want the old man back at yamaha because jorge is chicken.
motogp loses income if the old man doesn't get back to yamaha.
lorenzo is no fun at all. just like his fans. he even has no originality as he mimics the old man's celebrations.

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