MotoGP » Bridgestone: Lorenzo’s tyre not to blame

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Of course it's a confidence issue. If Jorge felt the rear tyre wasn't doing it's job what was he supposed to do, throw caution to the wind (and rain). I'm very sure Mr Yamaha would have been pleased to see both of his bikes thrown up the road. I think he did a reasonable job under the circumstances, it's not over till it's over. Keep calm, carry on!!

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