MotoGP » 'You always learn' - Lorenzo looking inwards


"Last season Lorenzo was able to improve his style and now he rides half-and-half, between a pure 250cc style and the Honda acceleration 'trick' " - Valentino Rossi.

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Buddner - Unregistered

March 06, 2013 9:44 AM

Its his championship to loose, stronger than Rossi and Marc in all areas at the moment and better at breaking than Pedrosa, so if he stayes injury free and keeps it on the black stuff, its his again

JapLance

March 06, 2013 10:01 AM
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Well, Rossi's performance is still a a bit of an enigma after the Ducati years and Marquez is learning ( fast! ). I wouldn't say Lorenzo is "stronger in all areas", at least until the first races.

Hopefully it will be a contested championship.

JAS - Unregistered

March 06, 2013 10:56 AM

Lets hope for a Great Racing Season!
Personally I would like to see Jorge win one more
World Title before M.M. Dominates MotoGP.

And that I believe will be from 2014 on-wards!

Vilas - Unregistered

March 06, 2013 11:13 AM

Nice talcking from Valentino, for me Vale was allways a Mix between wayne rainey style on corners and kevin schwantz ability to brake, thats way he was so Strong.. I think Rossi is talcking well about Lorenzo but i think is not a new style when this guys lift the bike upright has quickly has possible to use the maximan aceleration, i think its a natural way of riding also because tracion controls have improve a lot.. I sometimes think that if one rider now have to have any sensitive at all to use the trotthel or its just turn the bike has quick has possible and open gaz has quick again and the tracion control do the rest about the Power to use Vs the grip they have available thats way they upright the bike because if the tracion controls feels that the bike is still leaning, the engine will not use the full Power.. Its a very good weapon for Noob riders and for safety including other stuff like Lunch control and wheelie control but its a bit sad because loocks like to esay now

herewego - Unregistered

March 06, 2013 11:21 AM

Not long to go now and we will see exactly who can do what, how, where and when!! Once on a race track, it doesn't matter who said what about whom, it will be all systems go go go!!!!

James Warren

March 06, 2013 12:04 PM

Off Point, for all the Rossi bashing that goes on here I do really respect him for telling the truth and being humble towards his own and other riders abilities, instead of giving the generic, unemotional "Moto GP" answers (Pedrosa and Pedrosa Jnr). His views on Lorenzo's and Marquez's speed and style shows he has genuine respect for his fellow riders and understands the mountain he has to face this year.

Annyway.........I think Lorenzo is my favourite for the title, Pedrosa has definitely upped his game but I think Lornzo has the strength and consistancy to take another one this season.

PCUser271 - Unregistered

March 06, 2013 2:15 PM

the way rossi explaining something is very detail and interesting. that's why all the mechanics in rossi's team like to work with him, because he give a direction and the mechanics know how to do their job. he give a complete picture about the style of Lorenzo and his description is...you know...straight forward I guess...

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