Marquez and Lorenzo: friends or foes?
Last time when Lorenzo won championship against his teammate Rossi. ‘The Doctor’ blamed him and Marquez for teaming up.
But their recent incident at Aragon GP led to a clash between the two as Lorenzo instantly blamed Marquez for his fall and broken foot.
Lorenzo: “Marc caused me to crash and he knows”
‘’ Marc destroyed my race, destroyed my foot, destroyed my chance to win, and maybe destroyed my race in Thailand too’’, Lorenzo after the Aragon GP.
But everything was calmed down a couple of days later, when on Twitter, Lorenzo revealed that Marquez apologized and also called him.
‘’Having clarified my version, I would like to inform you that this afternoon I received a call from Marquez interested in my condition, which honours him’’, Lorenzo Tweeted.
This give us a hint about how their friendship is going to be next year, when they are teammates.
Future of British GP in Doubt!
After Moto GP was a denied of British GP due to poor weather conditions and track being unsafe to ride. Moto GP Authorities believe that Silverstone administration needs to make changes if they want a green signal from FIM.
“They need a track that is homologated. We’ve talked with them and they have told us they will solve the problem. What happened cannot happen again and I’m sure that they’ll try to solve the problem.” Ezpleleta told to MCN.
Petrucci Furious about Lorenzo comments:
Recently Jorge Lorenzo opened up on his decision of leaving Team Ducati where he criticized the team for not listening to his feedback. He made a harsh comment on Petrucci where he said that Ducati wants to replace him with a rider who has never won a championship, so Ducati has lost its way.
When in Aragon Petrucci was asked about Lorenzo’s remarks:
“The other thing that has affected me is that he talks as if it’s unfair that I take his place.
“It seems strange that when he signed with Honda he started to go strong, but at Le Mans he said he would look around, I had more podiums, more points in the championship, so I don’t know who would have kept him.
“If Ducati had to choose today, I think they would have kept him, because now he is going very strongly. But I think everyone took the opportunities they had.
Lorenzo to test his Pain Endurance at Thailand:
Recent update on Lorenzo is he is recovering well and in recent check-up, His X-ray was okay but foot swelling is still present.
Meanwhile he was very active on social media as he was interacting with the fans and answering their questions.
Whether he will race in Buriram or not he will find that out in FP1.
TECH 3 Boss on Yamaha’s troubles:
“I must say that I have trouble understanding what’s going on. The Yamaha was perhaps not the best bike early in the season, but it was still good. We made excellent results in Qatar, Argentina, Le Mans... and then Valentino and Maverick, who do not have a motorcycle ‘frozen’, were able to ‘be in on it’. At the Sachsenring, both were still on the podium with Marc! But last weekend, the best M1 finished behind the Ducati, the Suzuki, but also behind the Aprilia Aleix Espargaro. Overnight, we cannot do anything and honestly, I have trouble explaining it...
Rossi unhappy with 2019 bike:
Rossi doesn’t felt any significant changes in 2019 bike compared to 2018 specifically on engine side there were no gains at all but he is hopeful as this is not the final bike.
"I tried the first edition of the 2019 engine, yes, but I think and I hope it's not the final one, because it's very similar [to the 2018 one]," he said, as quoted by Autosport.
"I hope they continue to work, because the engine for me is a problem for us. They have to make it better.
"Unfortunately in testing we haven't tried many things for next year."