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Spanish star Jorge Lorenzo will have plenty of support this weekend at the bwin.com Grande Premio de Portugal as he continues his title fight – with his fans planning to show their support in true style this weekend. Returning to the Estoril track where he took his maiden MotoGP victory... Read more
MotoGP The first of a concluding quartet of rounds in the 2009 FIM MotoGP World Championship season takes place this coming weekend at Estoril. As Valentino Rossi prepares to make his 100th appearance on a Yamaha factory machine, in the bwin.com Grande Premio de Portugal, at a venue where he has... Read more
Returning to its more traditional end of season slot after moving to April last season, the race marks the start of the final phase of the championship with just the overseas double-header and the Valencian season finale remaining after it. Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo lie first and second in... Read more
Fiat Yamaha’s Jorge Lorenzo has already this season become the biggest challenger to his World Champion team-mate Valentino Rossi. Jorge Lorenzo has been a joy to watch so far this year, starting every race on the front row, driving his legendary team-mate Valentino Rossi right to the limit and pushing... Read more
With three victories and a total of ten podiums from 13 races so far this year, Jorge Lorenzo has done an excellent job for the Fiat Yamaha team in just his second season in the premier class. The Spaniard is well positioned to finish the season in a top two... Read more
“Hi, my name is Giorgio Lorenzo, I’m 13 years old and I want to be World Champion” Here’s an interesting video of Jorge Lorenzo from Spanish website DailyMotos.com. A basic translation of the intro is this: “Chicho Lorenzo (Jorge’s father) sent us this entertaining video: two interviews with nine years of difference... Read more
Gorgeous George… Playing male model for this month’s edition of Spanish magazine DT, Jorge Lorenzo got his usual kit off to don some high class threads for this photo shoot. Read more
Jorge Lorenzo said he had resigned himself to second place before the start of the San Marino Grand Prix because he already believed Valentino Rossi was unbeatable. The Italian belied his pre-event pessimism by dominating every session and taking victory at Misano, extending his championship lead over Lorenzo back up... Read more
Pos | Rider | Bike | Time/Gap 1. Valentino Rossi Yamaha 44m32.882s 2. Jorge Lorenzo Yamaha + 2.416s 3.... Read more
• Misano is one of just three current circuits at which Dani Pedrosa has not had a MotoGP podium; the others are Indianapolis and Phillip Island. • Third on the grid, Jorge Lorenzo has maintained his record of qualifying on the front row at every race in 2009. Following... Read more