MotoGP » Yamaha president congratulates Lorenzo


"Let me say that I am very proud to have a rider like Jorge Lorenzo, who continues to adapt and grow steadily with such success, as a member of the Yamaha family" - Hiroyuki Yanagi, Yamaha.

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Lion - Unregistered

October 29, 2012 7:30 AM

Last year when i saw honda sequad I thought they would dominated motogp.
Super machine with agressive rider.

But then honda lost simoncelli, then dovi and now stoner.

Chaterring problem with new tire.
So much to do for honda.


Hondawillcomeback - Unregistered

October 29, 2012 11:12 AM

Jeez, you guys can make as if Honda is totally lost ... if Dani did not have the issue at Misano, it would have been down to the wire ... Stoner was injured for 3 races ... all comes down to consistency.

Sorry but the Honda is looking much stronger than the Yamaha, you guys can say what you want, you know it's looking stronger.

Ben Spies did not do ANYTHING, so Yamaha has 1 rider capable of winning, Honda had bad luck this year, can only go better next year.

M1M - Unregistered

October 29, 2012 11:37 AM

And if Lorenzo hadn't been wiped out by Bautista, not only would he have had at least another 20 points, (based on the fact that he has never finished lower than 2nd this season apart from that one DNF), he wouldn't have had to worry about conserving engines, whereas analysis of the exhaust note shows Honda have been able to increase their rev limit in recent races. Given Spies dismal season, it's not surprising Honda took the constructors championship. As for the Spies fans who think his problems have been due to sabotage by Yamaha, using that same 'logic' they are probably convinced that Lee Harvey Oswald was hired by JFK.

borat - Unregistered

October 29, 2012 9:15 PM

@ Hondawillcomeback

That's as maybe, but all Pedo's Misano misfortune did was cancel out Bautista's banzai move on Jorge.

Ifs buts and maybes again, come on, peeps, you can do better than that.

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