MotoGP » Jorge Lorenzo: I was too confident


"I flew and when I hit the ground I broke my collarbone. I don't have anything negative with this circuit, just bad luck or in this case, too much confidence" - Jorge Lorenzo.

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cbrbamby

June 28, 2013 12:12 AM

Absolutely true there's a lot of races left. But other than what I stated, the remaining tracks have proven to be Honda tracks, pedrosa gets stronger from Germany onwards, yamaha is on there 4 th engine out of 5 allowed, with one being written off where Honda is on 2 out of 5. So Even though I so deeply love yamaha factory racing, I think it's fairly realistic to assume it just became mission impossible for them- IF pedrosa doesn't crash with injuries and even Marquez. I hope I'm wrong

shamarone

June 28, 2013 1:06 AM

re: "Reigning double champion Lorenzo, fastest in the dry morning session (pictured), was thrown over the handlebars of his Factory Yamaha at over 200km/h when the rear stepped out just as he turned into a right-hander."

the only thing left now is the shot showing him hanging in mid-air inverted . if for no other reason than scrap-booking to go along with all the other shots showing him hanging in mid-air inverted .

crossplanes, they kick "out" like a mutha.

Motojunky

June 28, 2013 1:15 AM
Last Edited 460 days ago

That's why these guys get paid the big bucks.
Goes out in 1st practice and sets a good time while the track is in good condition. Then on a track that is not as good in 2nd session, goes gang busters.
Didn't he loose the front big time at Donnington once after touching the white line?
Anyway a speedy recovery is what is needed by Hooray because the championship is still wide open.
Go Rossi.

AussieNSW

June 28, 2013 2:04 AM

Like I said in another post on here in 2009 he broke both ankles and fractured his skull and look at him now the best rider on the grid by a mile,he is a tough customer he will be back as good as ever it just makes it that bit harder for him now to win the title.

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