MotoGP » Mugello MotoGP: Faultless Lorenzo scores a Mugello hat-trick


Jorge Lorenzo powers to a third consecutive Italian Grand Prix victory at Mugello to recover ground to Dani Pedrosa in the standings.

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Dr Abbas - Unregistered

June 03, 2013 3:23 AM

If Dani let marc go earlier maybe we can had a hard fight between lorenzo and marquez.
Dani knew he can't hold marc but he try everything to deny his own team mate.

samas

June 03, 2013 8:05 AM

To some deluded people anyone who isn't Rossi wins is boring. JLo Pedro Stoner Marc or whoever and God forbid Dovi or any of the Ducati boys.
Well it looks like the yellow pantie brigade are going to have a very boring year.
Fantastic race by boring JLo by the way.

bozgp - Unregistered

June 03, 2013 8:58 AM

Congrats Lorenzo! I can't believe that i already posted several times on the Rossi thread and did not congratulate Lorenzo yet! I apologize. I should watch racing and care less about the interviews/soap opera. I thought we were here to watch motorcycle racing? It seems that we all bit the soap opera bait.

cmpunk - Unregistered

June 03, 2013 11:20 AM

One thing that got proved this race is that , Yamaha is not behide Honda they have their own strength. Did you guys saw the corner speed of lorenzo at turn one? it looked like dani was standing still. But still hoda has edge as their tracks are in 2nd half.

Codger

June 03, 2013 12:19 PM

Faultless ride from Jorge, nobody can say otherwise, and why would anyone want to?

Jorge has the sense to cash in on what is wrong, IMO, with MotoGP racing today. Namely get out in front and use flat out corner speed to pull a gap. Lorenzo's race pace was much better than any other rider all weekend so he was odds on to win anyway. Luckily he qualified well and then elbowed his way past Dani very early and was able to get away with, what appeared to be, little effort.
Different story if he had found himself in 5th behind Cal, Dovi, and Marquez, guys that aren't too easy to pass.

Kudos to Jorge, and if Rossi and Cal want to get on the top step they have to learn from him.

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