MotoGP » Red flag after Lorenzo fall in FP2

MotoGP champion Jorge Lorenzo lands heavily on his recently plated broken collarbone - Cal Crutchlow falls moments after the restart and is also sent to the Medical Centre.

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July 12, 2013 1:34 PM
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Its not normal for Jorge to just start worcking so fast, that was more like Casey!! I dont understand what is the rush to start making fast and fast laptimes.. I think he and Cal will be ok but its just somethingh that riders have to avoid, take te esay make 5 laps then rush for best times.. When riders are at the Top they fell the need of allways prove they are faster even on Practice times, sometimes this way of thinking make then loss more..


July 12, 2013 1:42 PM

Sometimes the bravest of decisions takes very few seconds to become the most idiotic or over curious thing... I think JL should slowdown, regroup things and then proceed with caution untill he gets back to 100% fitness wise...


July 12, 2013 2:04 PM

oh my gog what the hell happens with jorge...same left collar bone would have got hurt...he is thrown away...and still he cpuld able to walk away.. seriously this guy is hard son of spain..99 u will be back...still hats off!! to your efforts inspite of your broken collar bone...


July 12, 2013 2:06 PM

I would say his ambition outweighed his talent, but that would be too cruel for Jorge.

Instead I would say this is what pressure does to any rider. When you are certain that you can beat your teammate, you ride with confidence. No crashes.

But when Rossi finally is on full form, Jorge immediately starts making many errors. Jorge's problems started with Assen, same week as Rossi started the season.

Men should know when they have been conquered. Jorge should accept his place and ride safely to finish line.


July 12, 2013 2:06 PM

cal very sad about your 2 crash...both his tech3 are has a lot of work to do....Big Big question mark for yamaha....with 2 injured and Bradley out of top 10.....vale once again gets total responsibility of Yamaha

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