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Faultless ride from Jorge, nobody can say otherwise, and why would anyone want to?
Jorge has the sense to cash in on what is wrong, IMO, with MotoGP racing today. Namely get out in front and use flat out corner speed to pull a gap. Lorenzo's race pace was much better than any other rider all weekend so he was odds on to win anyway. Luckily he qualified well and then elbowed his way past Dani very early and was able to get away with, what appeared to be, little effort.
Different story if he had found himself in 5th behind Cal, Dovi, and Marquez, guys that aren't too easy to pass.
Kudos to Jorge, and if Rossi and Cal want to get on the top step they have to learn from him.