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Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Lorenzo: "I had the worst outing of the season"

Like every Monday, Jorge Lorenzo has today published on its website a blog, this time with reference to the Japanese Grand Prix, held this weekend at Motegi. In this direct channel between the pilot and the fans, Jorge gives some clues of the race, as his poor start and it was Valentino Rossi who impact it, and not vice versa, as maintained by the Italian.

"Hey guys!
Yesterday I went up to the podium and regain a few points over Casey Stoner. But were only four, so I'm at 40 with three major awards for completion of the MotoGP World Championship.
The Grand Prix of Japan has been a crazy, controversial part of all pre-trip. If in training went from very bad feelings to me with options to add a new pole position in the race did not stop things happen and I could not choose to win.
To start I made perhaps the worst outing of the season. Started from the second position, just behind Casey, but at the end of the straight I was in fourth position and I almost fell soon after when he contacted me Valentino Rossi.
A strange start because in addition to three other drivers had to enter the pit lane for jumping the start. This helped Stoner, who went off track but did not cost too much back into position on the podium.
I, however, I stuck the whole race with Dani Pedrosa, who was perfect and deserved his first victory in Motegi. I tried to snag him, but each lap that passed away more and more. So second place was the best we could and I hope the team after one of the toughest weekends we remember. I want to thank all my team have been great.
What would have happened if I go out well and led the first round? Well never know. But I still have that bitter taste of losing many meters over Casey in the output. And now we're home, at Phillip Island. Surely the most beautiful World Cup circuit. I will try by all means avoid it expires. My goal is challenging and will defeat him in his land, which always proves unstoppable.
These ten days until I travel to Australia to spend getting ready in Indonesia. Yamaha has prepared me an act with the fans on October 8 and I used to save two long trips to and from home.
Greetings to all. "

source: Jorge Lorenzo's blog

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