MotoGP » Lorenzo, Yamaha eager to crack Aragon


“In those tests we were the fastest and now we have an even better bike” – Jorge Lorenzo.

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Valentinokee46

September 25, 2013 4:14 PM

@crashnet dummies yes Jlo puts mental pressure on marc in last 2 races....Marc was unbeaten before silverstone....Now marc's condition is similar to Jlo's condition last year...When dani started to reduce the gap on Jlo...He started to get 2nd position....In case dani and Jlo finish infront of Marc...I would say still something is left in the championship...

DrWho

September 25, 2013 5:19 PM

It will all depend on Lorenzo's start. In a race where Marquez leads he's flawless or almost flawless, in a race where he has to race for victory he's to eager to catch up riders and he makes quite a lot mistakes. We haven't seen Marquez crash often during the race but it could get messy if that happens again at Aragon.

TalentFan

September 25, 2013 5:22 PM

I think JL's challenge depends on just now well Yamaha have done and how well their motors are holding up now its getting to crunch time.

Lorenzo is in fine form and devastatingly fast and consistent. But he can't compete if his bike isn't up to it.

It could well be a Honda runaway in the last couple of events - it's something I've always thought could happen and I still think so despite JLs excellent form and results.

shamarone

September 26, 2013 5:28 AM
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re: "Yamaha has never won the Aragon MotoGP, but momentum is firmly on the side of Jorge"

Lorenzo momentum...? meet MJOLNIR/HAMMER OF THOR (ie. the trifecta of HRC, Marquez, and the RC213).

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