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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September 04, 2013 9:45 PM
Last Edited 817 days ago


You know what.. I laught with you!! At least you didnt talck about Dorna..ahah
You guys can all try, but everythingh Rossi did was for himself, the most simples words are this.. WHEN YOU ARE ON THE GRID YOU ARE ALONE WITH YOUR BIKE, SO ITS ONLY YOU AND THE BIKE.. Eveythingh Rossi win was hinself that made it happen on SONDAYS.. 4sure he can be starting to feel the weight of so much time but wille is him saying I STILL HAVE FUN.. I will be one of the Biggest Fans, and when he retire i will feel fully PROUD of been able to wach one Rider like him since my young age until now=).. GOD Bless ROSSi


September 04, 2013 9:57 PM
Last Edited 817 days ago

If you paid attention I didn't try to bring discredit to Rossi. Just pointing out that as good he was as a rider, and he's still a pretty fast one, Valentino is not the living god, bike developing hero some hardcore fanboys want people to believe.

Furusawa+Rossi was a hell of a combo though


September 04, 2013 10:47 PM
Last Edited 817 days ago

Jorge will get fed up at Yamaha..
He almost went to Honda for this year and it's rumoured he was pished with Yamaha for signing Rossi after they'd tied him up.

Marquez will do a Valentino and leave HRC.
2015 will see him as Val's team mate and heir apparent at Yamaha.
Marquez is like Rossi's little brother and will have much more fun at Yamaha..especially on the new Rossi developed bike.

This will make Nakamoto furious and promise to crush young Marc.

Rossi will have a damn good chuckle to himself and have the last laugh at Honda's expense.


September 04, 2013 11:16 PM

Honda is a very technologically advanced company in numerous sectors besides their motorcycles and its safe to say the planet widely accepts them as the best engineers on earth. Honda probably spends TWICE as much ( maybe even more?) on their Grand Prix motorcycle program in particular the research and development aspect. For yamaha, a company much smaller in size, with far less money (still no title sponsor) to be right up there with a company like Honda, and exchanging race wins back and forth every weekend Is a heck of a success as it is. Its great for consumers like us that theyre even involved in order to pass on the technology to production road bikes. So with that said it is very easy to understand and see that yes there's clearly areas that the yamaha is not as strong as the honda, and it takes longer for a resolution in the company with less finances


September 05, 2013 12:17 AM
Last Edited 817 days ago

The main point I want to highlight is that rossi states the bike needs better braking from day 1 and he is bashed for it, now Jlo says it (after winning 3 races already, including the last one) 12 rounds in and that's OK


September 05, 2013 12:59 AM

Wait, i can play this game too, Marquez is winning because Stoner developed the bike into a winning machine! Honda needed his input after 5 years without a title! He moved to Honda, developed the bike into a winning machine during winter testing, and then dully won! :D

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