MotoGP » 'Big, big drop' in grip consigns Lorenzo to third

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George is clearly one of the best ever. Alas he is sucking up the foibles of his mistake by capitulating to the whims of Dorna and Rossi by graciously allowing the Honda/Yamaha/Ducati turncoat back into the team. Erstwhile,Rossi wanted a wall between them and got it. You have to love a bloke who gets his way day in and day out. Forza#46. Anyway its a tyre issue. It is also a tyre issue at Ducati. It was a tyre issue for Honda last year. And who is Bridgestone's tyre consultant supreme as a racer current? Go figure.

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