MotoGP » Injured Lorenzo on way back to Assen!


Will Jorge Lorenzo try to ride in Saturday's Dutch MotoGP race?

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Wal

June 28, 2013 1:19 PM

If he races to gain some points, kudos to him. Hes not the first world champ to race with broken bones. He is a smart racer and well aware of the situation he puts himself in by taking part in the race. Realistically he should sit out this race as there is a lot of the season in front of him. Dani has blown plenty of chances at a wc through injuries and marquez's days are numbered before he is on the sidelines with a similar injury, so all is not lost. Jorge is a gutsy competitor so he may risk it, its his call as he is in control.
How about this, Crutchlow to win.

shamarone

June 28, 2013 1:52 PM

the private jet's likely based in the netherlands and has to make a return trip. they've paid for both legs of the charter(pilot's time, fuel, etc) regardless. may as well hop aboard otherwise its a dead run.

shamarone

June 28, 2013 1:58 PM

re: "so all is not lost. Jorge is a gutsy competitor so he may risk it, its his call as he is in control."

well no, the doctor's in control (not VR46, the real one) . he's been administered medical anesthesia the past 48hrs. it's no clearance clarence.

shamarone

June 28, 2013 2:08 PM

re: "marquez's days are numbered before he is on the sidelines with a similar injury"

that's happened. breaking news....! marquez has taken a digger and has a fracture in his hand and one in his foot.

titfortat

June 28, 2013 2:34 PM

Doesn't say he is gonna race but he is a lucky ******* for being able to get it nailed together. I broke my Collar Bone and the NHS just said it would naturally heal, it took months and now I have a big bump...

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