MotoGP » Lorenzo: Everything came together for Marquez


... But Lorenzo also warns: "When you are 20 years old and a rookie you see things in a different way"

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Aus - Unregistered

April 26, 2013 6:53 AM

@Carmen
So you dont think JLO will win,in 2009 he broke both his ankles and fractured his skull and only for that would have won the title,came back in 2010 and won it and again in 2012,he is the best rider on the grid at the moment by a country mile and I am not a fan of his but I admire him for his class

Grendlehop

April 26, 2013 8:34 AM
Last Edited 455 days ago

Jorge is so mentally strong, that being his edge over his fellow countrymen. I love Vale, but the youth & skill of his 3 Spanish counterparts will be very hard to deal with. Him being 14 years Marc's senior. He should not be at all ashamed of finishing behind him or Jorge. His bare minimum should be 4th. Anything less should be considered failure.

99 Crystal Ball. - Unregistered

April 26, 2013 2:19 PM

Dave,what is your problem mate?
As i said,what has this thread got to do with Ducati?
We werent even talking about Ducati or their riders.We were discussung Lorenzo.
So what point are you trying to make?

Ich - Unregistered

April 27, 2013 4:01 AM

Yeah, sure, because everyone that is from a certain country is supposed to support anybody from that certain country.... How sad is that instead...

Without even going into the "bitter since 2006", as if Rossi didn't still write some of the most memorable pages of this sport's history after that date...

Grendlehop

April 27, 2013 5:58 AM
Last Edited 454 days ago

Lorenzo is prob the smartest rider in the field. Knowing when to push & when to know your betters is crucial over a long season. People tend to remember Championship Winners before than they can recall each individual race result. Nicky, for example, may have only ever won a few races, but he's got one thing that multi-race winner Dani hasn't got BTW, I would like nothing more than to see him do it!!

Claes

April 28, 2013 3:22 AM

Hi
Nice to see that Moto2 riders that deserve to be here some is on CRT and some on factory bikes others got lucky to sign with a satellite team before they could show their dull colours:)
Rossi might be 14 years senior to MM but thats in fitness is about 10bpm, There are Triathletes out there and peaking in their 30's. The only difference would be that Rossis Frontal lobe is fully developed and he can think before doing, which might be a negative, but he would weigh that up in experience, and that's what happened in Qatar, dunno what happened in Texas nobody knows except Rossis team, and brake stuff was a cover story that suited the day, he had the same problem in qualifying without "pieces"falling off:)
Cheers Claes

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