MotoGP » Lorenzo: It’s been the opposite of Jerez


The only rider other than Marc Marquez to lead a practice session at Le Mans, Jorge Lorenzo expected better than sixth in French MotoGP qualifying.


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Caleb

May 18, 2014 9:38 AM

Hey Guys I believe Stoner was an exceptional talent as MM is. But Stoner left the sport and spoke bad about the sport which we people love and live to watch... On the contrary, though VR has had just 3 wins in 4 years he is trying hard to win and to make us (true Motogp fans) happy... Even though the sport is boring as MM is running away with dominance... yet the kid is here for us setting benchmarks and for sure he will stay for long(not leave the sport early)..

Lets drop this CS talk .... if he had stayed for at least another year he would have been a legend (or at least close)..... Lets face it he left the sport for his own reasons so lets not talk about a person who is not here.... for me its like casey who??????

VR rocks and so is MM ... lets celebrate these people...

Let the race be a safe one for all .... Go Vale :)

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