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First of all I am a Lorenzo fan, and even though I think Marquez's move is borderline it was a 50/50 responsibility.
At the press conference Lorenzo briefly and subtly admitted two things.
1. He let the door opened for Marquez more than he should have.
2. He thought Marquez was too far behind to attempt anything.
The two are understandable and without a doubt were mistakes from which Lorenzo learnt a great deal. MM is a shark that only sees in black and white(checkers). The way MM made up the gap to JL after running wide surprised even the current champion and sent a clear warning. Lorenzo will not fall prey of complacency anymore, and this will force JL to change his approach in the future. Three things to take from this GP.
1) Bridgestone's gotta get their act together, unacceptable the tire fiasco, both rain tire during testing and dry during the GP.
2) Yamaha needs to up their development as well, they lack motor, and acceleration.
3) MM is fooling everyone with his, I'm still l