MotoGP » Lorenzo edges Marquez for MotoGP 'Rider of the Day'


Jorge Lorenzo voted Rider of the Day at six MotoGPs this year.

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Insidejob

December 11, 2013 9:15 AM

2013 MotoGP Rider of the Day - Total:

1. Jorge Lorenzo: 6 races
2. Marc Marquez: 5
3. Cal Crutchlow: 3
3. Valentino Rossi: 3
5. Dani Pedrosa: 1

It shows the bias of some people. Anyway MM is going to hand it to Jorge next year and its going to be hard.



Reese

December 11, 2013 10:06 AM

Interesting voting! Gotta say that towards the end of the season, both JL and MM really put on a show for the championship! JL was fearless, and MM was surprisingly mature enough to get the job done! Bravo to them both!

TwistedWrist29

December 11, 2013 1:29 PM

django...that has to be the oddest thing I have ever heard. Jorge has got to be one of the most aggressive riders to throw a leg over a bike...despite how smooth he rides. I think he would figure it out just fine. But it wouldn't be so good for those two to be on the same team. Way too much potential for trouble there.

Realist

December 11, 2013 5:12 PM

rdc: Some of those results make zero sence, other then rampant fanboyism


What is it about the results that reek of fanboyism? I'm sure that you're referring to Rossi (..most fanboy comments are), sooooo....explain. I can see why he was the "ROTD" at Qatar. After all, he did storm from mid pack to a 2nd place podium in style. I can see why he was the "ROTD" at Assen because, well, he won! He had one other vote in which he was the "ROTD" and was 4th, but that could have been a late race charge to 4th (I don't quite remember the details of that race). So again...what's with the fanboyism statement???

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