Could it be that he has 5 world championships to his name. Dislike him for his persona the press give us but don’t deny his riding skills. The bike seems like a one rider pony more then any bike seen in MotoGP. Hindsight is 20/20 vision. Jlo though he was better then Rossi. And under Dovi and Iannone it was a formidable beast. Ducati (are as much to blame by thinking they have “the” bike) and fucked up. Jlo (thought he was better then Rossi) misjudged himself and fucked up. My only worry/regret is that we will lose him in MotoGP.He's not a team player, I'm not sure why anyone is interested in him.
I'd like to see Lorenzo on Zarcos bike. We'd all be remanded of how good he is on a smooth machine. JL99 on that bike plus a warm weather/less rain year = championshiop contender.This seems to be the likely outcome.
I'm not so sure about that. Based on his past performance compared to Rossi I tend to think he would be in the same boat as Rossi and Mav are now.I'd like to see Lorenzo on Zarcos bike. We'd all be remanded of how good he is on a smooth machine. JL99 on that bike plus a warm weather/less rain year = championshiop contender.
Well, yes, Zarco is on the old bike, but it’s the last bike to do well, and with updated parts it’s an improved version, but like Davy says above, the frame and electrics are unchanged, so the bike is unruined. Obviously I can’t say MV would be faster than Zarco, I’ll just say I wish they could fix the Yamaha and at least give MM something to think about.Zarco is riding the factory hand-me-downs. The factory has even tried backtracking to older parts because Zarco is so fast on the old parts. Guess what? Zarco is still faster.
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