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We take a look at the Mugello MotoGP 2013

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Jorge Lorenzo, Yamaha Factory Racing dominated the Italian-MotoGP beating out Dani Pedrosa and, for this round, the hapless Marc Marquez fell for the fourth time in one weekend near the end of the race
Jorge-Lorenzo, Yamaha-Factory-Racing dominated the Italian-MotoGP beating out Dani Pedrosa and, for this round, the hapless Marc Marquez fell for the fourth time in one weekend near the end of the race
MotoGP was back over the weekend with a round at the super-quick Mugello circuit in Italy. We took to Twitter for our regular RaceTweet race report feature.

Yeah this track has a nice long straight.

In 2004 Nakano binned it on the main straight at some 300+Km/h after a tyre issue (from memory)
Marquez thought he would see if he could do better
He jumped off to avoid the wall. Imagine that choice – ground or wall at over 300km/h
And really, he didn’t look to bad after it all either
But come the race, it didn’t go well. Ok, it was until a couple laps to go when his fourth crash for the weekend occured
The kid has talent though and if he learns from this, in the future he will be almost impossible to beat
Rossi typically had a new lid for Mugello, though he only got through 2 corners in the race
We 100% agree with this. With rumours of Cal being booted from Tech 3, we hope it is for a factory ride. He is a talent
The other Italians, Ducati, had a better race but still have some catching up to do&lt
Smith may not be up to speed yet but this time he had an excuse. You you haven’t seen his finger, google it – so long as you’re not squeemish, so this ride was a great effort
Yes.
Lorenzo gave them all a riding lesson this weekend
And your results

Interview by Sam Tickell, June 2013

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