MotoGP » Lorenzo: One of the best races I've ever had

'This was one of the best races I've ever had. I'm really happy and really pleased. It's a very important win' - Jorge Lorenzo

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September 02, 2013 1:08 AM

Reading all the comments on here I think everybody missed the problem with the Yam this year it is not a power problem it is a fuel problem and I said this at the begining of the season when rossi ran out of fuel like he did yesterday,look at the number of times JLO made a break on MM and the had to slow down allowing MM back in the race JLO knew if he stayed at full pwer he would not last the race the same when rossi had to up the power to take Butista he ran out of fuel,thats why JLO goes so hard to get in front at the start to try and control the race because he knows that if honda get out first its game over.but I must admit it was a great race.


September 02, 2013 4:27 AM

re: "This was one of the best races I've ever had"

not only that, but one of the best grandprixs of the 4-stroke era if memory serves, and I haven't missed a race in more than a decade. some of the best efforts from the top 3 Spaniards, even dan brought his A game.

however (comma) let history record... on 1 sept 2013... Lorenzo opened a CAN OF WHOOP A$$...! even if for naught come season's end, he needed this victory in the worst way. Roberts V. Sheene. Silver Dream Racer in blue.


September 02, 2013 5:41 AM

September 02, 2013 4:16 AM
Lorenzo beat his team mate by 13 seconds, Marquez beat his team mate by 1.5 seconds. How do you Lorenzo knockers explain that?

Your game stating truthful facts like this, good chance you will get a whopping from the Yellow flag boys and the post will get deleted.Heck, I will get one for warning you

For safety sake, please conform to living the delusional lie that keep the myth going.


September 02, 2013 6:31 AM

yknow the last lap was good but before that it was a snooze fest . .fans should be more discerning and demand a better show because dispite great riders and good story lines the actual racing is a bore . . .now moto2 , those guys have a real competition and a great show


September 02, 2013 6:34 AM

that's what he needs to do more often, fight back hard and agressive, not just sit there and settle for points once he gets passed. sneak that bike up close and make the other guy sit up, clean hard racing .


September 02, 2013 7:27 AM

Never liked this guy, absolute sook when he doesnt win, he sulks around the parc ferme like he should be bequethed with wins. As for marqeuz, how gracious was he in defeat, i saw him many times applauding 99. I know who the crowd wanted to win, and it wasnt the guy who came in first..

@ Racecrater,

Spot on mate. . .A couple of freinds went to the spanish round earlier in the year and said that when Marc & Pedro came around their spot, the fans cheered and when Jlo came round they booed. Even the spanish dont like him.

Goes to show, there is one thing better than a winner, a likeable winner!


September 02, 2013 8:15 AM

He is telling Yamaha that if they can't give him a better bike he will only be able to beat a one armed Marquez. Pedrosa is officially a non-issue. I bet Jorge is wishing he had signed with Honda when he had the chance.

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