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Italy MotoGP: Mugello to spark Lorenzo revival?

The race winner there for the last three seasons, Jorge Lorenzo is hoping a return to Mugello will spark a revival in his waning fortunes.
In a season that has proven to be a major disappointment for the former champion thus far, Jorge Lorenzo heads to the Grand Prix of Italy hoping a return to Mugello will spark a revival in his fortunes.

With just a single podium finish to his name – and already 80 points off the championship lead -, Lorenzo comes to the sixth round of the season in Italy desperate to get his season back on track after another lacklustre outing at Le Mans.

Indeed, Mugello could mark a minor turnaround for Lorenzo should be able to call upon the same form that saw him win there for the last three seasons, the 2010 and 2012 world champion suggesting the layout suits his riding style.

Well, first of all I would like to forget what happened at Le Mans. There I couldn't feel good on the bike and therefore we need to think about the future. I will never give up and continue working really hard to get ready when our moment comes.

“Now we are going to visit some special tracks for me and I think we can change some things to stay in front. We need to try to fight for our first victory of the season. That would be great for all of us, the team and I. Mugello is a suitable scenario for me where I've made some good memories in the past few years.

“It's a special track and the layout is fantastic for my style of riding. Hopefully we can find our way in Tuscany!”

Tagged as: Yamaha , Lorenzo

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May 28, 2014 7:45 PM
Last Edited 495 days ago

Just for the drama I wish for a JL win after a magnificent battle with MM and VR finishing mid-pack after being forced off track in the early stages by MM. That would surely end the honeymoon between the two. Also PE on podium would be nice. Now this will surely generate a lot of disagreeing... : ))

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