Bad results achieved by Jorge Lorenzo in the 2019 Spanish MotoGP
Bad results achieved by Jorge Lorenzo in the 2019 Spanish MotoGP – Luck has not been in favor of Repsol Honda’s “second” racer, Jorge Lorenzo, in the 2019 Spanish MotoGP. The winners of the 2010, 2012 and 2015 world titles have again received poor results in the race series held in his home country.
Lorenzo, who started from 11th place, had to settle for completing the race in 12th position. The result was certainly the opposite of his team mate, Marc Marquez, who managed to climb the first podium or appear as champions of the race. Note when the 32-year-old driver was 18.4 seconds adrift of Marquez.
In the first free practice session, Lorenzo actually performed well. But returned slack in the next three training sessions, including in the qualifying round.
With less good results at Jerez, Lorenzo has only collected 11 points from four races and created a bad score. For the first time in his career, Lorenzo always finished outside of the top 10 in the first four races in one season, the second time in a row after the 2017 season. Related to that result Lorenzo also claimed to be hit, but still had to have a positive mind set. “A bad end of the race week. We want to be better, but I still feel uncomfortable with the motorbike.
Our mileage is still less than the other Honda drivers, “Lorenzo wrote on his Twitter account, as quoted by 100KPJ, Monday (6/5). Traditionally, Lorenzo is usually fast in Jerez. He won three times on the circuit and climbed the podium five times. In fact, when still riding Ducati Lorenzo was competitive with a third place finish at Jerez in 2017 and was able to compete in the front row despite ultimately failing to finish as a result of being tackled by Dani Pedrosa.
“Certainly I’m not happy with my racing, that’s obvious. I can’t feel excited. The logical thing is, feeling sad, disappointed, and worried, but I will continue to progress,” he wrote.
Bad judgments against Lorenzo also occurred in the American MotoGP event at the Austin, Texas Circuit on April 15. At that time the driver nicknamed X-Fuera born on May 4, 1987 was a concern of racing lovers for failing to finish the race.