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Lorenzo Withdraws of Thailand MotoGP Race

Lorenzo Withdraws of Thailand MotoGP Race
Jorge Lorenzo, MotoGP Buriram, Thailand 2018 / runganSport English © Crash.

Buriram, EN runganSport — Ducati Team rider, Jorge Lorenzo decided to resign from the Thai MotoGP, after having an accident on the first day yesterday, Friday (5/10).

Lorenzo actually came to Thailand with a foot injury, which he got from an accident at the Aragon GP two weeks ago.

Yesterday, during the second free practice session, the Spaniard experienced a high-side in the Turn 3 ‘hairpin’ circuit of the Buriram, when the session still left 12 minutes behind.

Despite not having suffered another fracture such as an accident at Aragon two weeks ago, Lorenzo had a severe bruising injury on his right forearm and in his left wrist, and his right leg.

As a result, Lorenzo will not appear in Qualification today and tomorrow’s race, Lorenzo will try to focus on the recovery process rather fitter injury to face three consecutive series after Thailand, namely Japan, Australia and Malaysia. (DN/eV)

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