Honda rider Jorge Lorenzo hopes the tracks on Aragon will remain dry during the MotoGP race this weekend. The reason is, even without rain, Lorenzo’s struggle to be competitive feels heavy.
Lorenzo appeared less fit because he had not recovered from a back injury he suffered at the 2019 MotoGP in the Netherlands. If it rains, Lorenzo said, his suffering will be increasingly felt.
“It looks like it will rain which makes it a little more difficult for us because we will have less time to regulate the motorbike. But I will try to drive the speed of the motor even if it rains,” said Lorenzo quoted Crash.net.
When it rains on the Aragon circuit, Lorenzo’s work becomes heavier because the time used to adjust the motor is less. However, Lorenzo did not despair and he said he would continue to try to speed with the RC213V even though the Aragon Circuit was pouring rain.
“We struggle with feelings today and I hope to be more competitive after a strong start at Misano (MotoGP San Marino 2019). In the afternoon I can improve a little, but I still want to close more gaps, “Lorenzo said, as quoted from the official Repsol Honda website, Saturday (9/21/2019).