motogp.com invitations you to revisit the Valencia GP weekend, where the paddock acknowledged an emotional goodbye to one among the all-time greats
On Thursday on the 2019 Valencia GP, in a Press Conference alongside Dorna Sports CEO Carmelo Ezpeleta, five-time World Champion Jorge Lorenzo confirmed he would be retiring from the game after Sunday’s flee.
“I would like to state this would possibly maybe seemingly possibly possibly also be my closing flee in MotoGP” 14/11/2019
Jorge Lorenzo announces that the Valencia GP can be his closing in expert bike racing
“There are four essential days within the profession of a rider. Your first flee, your first opt, your first Championship and the day you retire. I’m right here to permit you to perceive in on the soundless time and age has arrived for me. I would like to state this would possibly maybe seemingly possibly possibly also be my closing flee in MotoGP,” started Lorenzo, in entrance of a packed media room to state his retirement.
“Lorenzo can be a MotoGP Memoir in Jerez” 14/11/2019
Carmelo Ezpeleta displays on 18 years of Gigantic Prix racing, 5 World Titles, and announcing he’s to vary into a MotoGP™ Memoir
In his glistening profession, Lorenzo claimed 69 pole positions, 68 wins, 152 podiums, and five World Champion titles, three of those in MotoGP™.
Jorge Lorenzo: 18 years within the World Championship 14/11/2019
Glance The Spartan’s greatest and most stunning moments in Gigantic Prix racing – #ThankYouJorge
At some stage in his 18-year profession, there are hundreds moments we’ll remember. However we picked out a few that stand out. His heroics at Assen in 2013, beating Marc Marquez at Mugello in 2016 by 0.019 and more.
Rossi on the retirement of one among his “greatest opponents” 14/11/2019
The 9-time World Champion expresses his sympathies with Jorge Lorenzo and displays on their time racing together
Unsurprisingly and rightly so, riders – at the side of some of his fiercest opponents – gave Lorenzo a becoming tribute. Aged Crew Managers, chief engineers and deal of paddock personnel joined in win together of Lorenzo’s out of the ordinary profession.
The paddock reacts to Lorenzo’s retirement #ThankYouJorge 14/11/2019
MotoGP™ stars and acquainted faces give their suggestions on the waste of an generation as the ‘Spartan’ stands down
Now, a brand unique chapter awaits. Reigning Moto2™ World Champion Alex Marquez picks up Lorenzo’s Repsol Honda seat for 2020, becoming a member of brother Marc Marquez. It’ll be a irregular season with out Lorenzo, nonetheless it appears to be set to be an unmissable one the total equivalent.
The final farewell of a story #ThankYouJorge 17/11/2019
Jorge Lorenzo says goodbye to MotoGP™ with an honourable sides-scoring carry out. Glance the emotional closing moments of his worthwhile profession
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