MotoGP » Lorenzo: Braking key in fight with Hondas


“We hope to improve the braking and it will be much easier for me to be a real fighter like before” - Jorge Lorenzo.

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shpongled

September 04, 2013 12:54 PM

Seems Yamaha are feeling the effects of not having Rossi's testing input for 2 years...... People slagged him off for 'spoiling' the Ducati, but he's left for less than a year and they're far worse ( relative to Jap bikes ) than last year. With his testing input, and a years worth of Data, I reckon we may see Rossi fighting at the top next season.... I remember Lynn Jarvis saying that it was good to have Rossi back from a development perspective, because Lorenzo isn't always very clear with his feedback....... now it's showing in the results.......IMO :-)

Lana

September 04, 2013 1:01 PM

@racecrafter

Why cant a rider ask for something if he feels the need to improve....and clearly Honda has a much better braking stabilaty...
A rider and a factory must do whatever they can to beat their rivals...

Seeking improvement is not sulking like a child...

herewego

September 04, 2013 1:10 PM

Why can't Jorge just admit it - even with the best of everything, he will have his work cut out beating Mighty Mouse (my nickname for Marc!) Don't use excuses, or faults, or problems with this, that and maybe the other, it is because MM is better!

shamarone

September 04, 2013 1:28 PM

problem: I would like to have better braking, because our bike doesn't give us the confidence to brake very hard,"

solution: extend the wheelbase, lower the engine, or both.

better handing under braking, this message of performance has been brought to you by the wide angle 90v.

hoppy

September 04, 2013 3:05 PM

Don't use excuses, or faults, or problems with this, that and maybe the other, it is because MM is better!
Herewego.

Marc is better than anyone at the moment Herewego.And that includes your favourite rider!
Thats why he is leading the championship!

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