MotoGP » Lorenzo perplexed by braking issues


'We have to believe, we have to think that we are going to improve the bike for tomorrow and that we can be much faster' - Jorge Lorenzo

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shamarone

September 27, 2013 4:46 PM
Last Edited 307 days ago

re: "But today we had much more problems. Especially under braking. The front was 'closing' (folding). We don't know exactly what is happening."

do you still have those stiffer forks and larger rotors fitted from aragon...? well there ya go. you've lost linearity in your braking.

EnRiCo47

September 27, 2013 5:08 PM

I am your Fan Valentino..but this is the 4 th year..the wall then the ducati ..now always a mile behind team mate J. Lorenzo

Please give it away..i dont know what excuses to find any more with my son :) :) :)

Realist

September 27, 2013 5:09 PM

@ shamarone

Zing! Once again you have hit the nail on the head. I wonder if people will lambast Lorenzo since, you know....he's perplexed by massive braking issues (..that were supposedly cured during the last race)? After all, Rossi complained about braking the last few races and received a heaping load of -ish here on Crash. Come on Crash, be objective here. Give Lorenzo a good tongue lashing for complaining.

golfnut04

September 28, 2013 5:24 AM

He does indeed have braking issues same as Rossi just because the last 2 years of development at Yamaha braking was not the focus but rather turning speed , HRC in the other hand have excellent brakes, brute horsepower and amazing turn exit grip, and at a track like Aragon Honda is going to dominate , is a no brainer.

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