MotoGP » Second surgery complete for Jorge Lorenzo

“The new plate needed 10 screws plus 1 inter fragmentary screw. We then needed to take out some bone substance from the pelvis...”

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July 13, 2013 4:09 PM
Last Edited 944 days ago

Better off skipping the Laguna round. It seems this time he's going to need a good 3-4 weeks to heal.

Marquez and Pedrosa have publicly sent Lorenzo their props. (They would be the first inline to lose to Lorenzo).

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July 13, 2013 4:19 PM
Last Edited 944 days ago

If only someone sensible had stopped him racing at Assen he would be on his way to recovery! Now, he is in a worse state than he was in the first place! Probably going to miss at least 2 races.

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July 13, 2013 5:51 PM

For me Assen was fantastic for him he did everythingh right, the only stupidity is alert other riders on press conference about the risk he toke, also saying that was not still 100% and then he exit the pits and act like a mad Rookie like saying aim here Top Yamaha wach this 1:30:258 1:22:879 1:22:252 then the clock stop big Crash .. Is time on the 3 lap he did is enaught for beat Bradley SMITH for 7 place on the grid and i dunno what tyre he was using..eheh he should had start more esay for one rider that was still recovering


July 13, 2013 11:51 PM

Are there any doctors in the house.?

Why didn't they leave it to mend without re-operating?

Reports say it was slightly bent. Does the collarbone have to be 100% aligned?
If they do, someone should tell all the doctors out there and then we will all get our collarbones plated when they break.
To me it seems strange to reinflame the previous operation.
Just a question .

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