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April 24, 2016 5:36 PM
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MotoGP » Lorenzo: Spinning rear cost me chance of win

He even went as far as to say he would have win the race by a big margin if he had not had such a major problem with the rear tyre. That may have had some credence if he had been languishing at the back, but he was second to the fastest man on the track. He has minor issues in every race, like every other rider out there. They all have to work round the bikes weaknesses, but he is the only one that blows those minor weaknesses out of proportion and uses them as an excuse for not winning. The mans a fool. He actually believes that the public accept that garbage. I get the feeling that Jarvis had it up to his eyeballs with his BS too. Most likely the reason he's leaving. I don't think he likes him either.


April 25, 2016 11:26 PM
Last Edited 2 days ago

MotoGP » Pedrosa: Like riding in the rain

hoppy: So Jorge wasnt the only one who had issues with the tires. Funny how Dani hasnt been called a moaning excuse maker by the rabid brigade though like Jorge was! Go figure.
Dani didn't claim he'd have won the race by a big margin as Lorenzo did. He's bright enough to know that they would've all had respectively quicker times if they'd all had different tyres and there would be no reason to claim he'd have been quicker than the guys in front regardless. Anyone with an ounce of intelligence would accept that the result would have been most likely the same. I think Lorenzo deliberately chooses blind ignorance as a tactic. He can't not know he's doing it.


April 24, 2016 5:42 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: Spinning rear cost me chance of win

Yearby23: As a Lorenzo fan I just wish he'd credit Valentino on pole and the win. The tyre looked completely destroyed at the end of the race so he wasn't too happy as you can imagine. The pace was down from last year too so you can see where he's coming from. Just wish he was a little more positive towards Rossi's performance.
It's a level playing field tyre wise. The Michelin may not perform as well but they're all using it. Therefore you can't uses it as an excuse for going slower than your competitors. He needs to adapt if it's such a big problem. The same as the rest of them.


April 09, 2016 12:16 PM

MotoGP » Jorge Lorenzo: No news about 2017

AusssieNsw: @Enanemes I am with you 100% I followed GP racing before rossi was born when the crowds were huge and I will follow it after he is gone,My all time hero was Hailwood the greatest rider ever and when he left I thought I would never follow GP again but I never lost my love for the sport so I fully agree with you the rossi fanboys will leave but the real GP fans will stay as a matter of fact with the young talent coming up I can see GP getting bigger,if they can get the bikes a bit closer I think in the next few years I think we could have a 1970's/1980's era again when GP was at its best ever.
Strange statement from someone in there senior years..I'd have thought reading that that it was written by a fourteen year old lol.

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