Alpinestars has been releasing some insightful videos lately of MotoGP riders, including the 2010 Champion Jorge Lorenzo.
This video, titled "Parte Dos," further explains the other side of Lorenzo, with tidbits about his personal life, including his love of tennis, soccer and golf.
Alpinestars recently caught an insightful interview with Jorge Lorenzo, the 2010 MotoGP Champion. In this video Lorenzo reveals many new things about his start in motorcycle racing.
The Yamaha MotoGP rider began his racing career at the very young age of just three and has continued to gain momentum through to the premier MotoGP class.
Valentino Rossi stamped his authority on the opening MotoGP practice session of the weekend with the fastest time of Friday afternoon at Barcelona, lapping the track used for the Gran Premi Cinzano de Catalunya in 1’43.038 on his Fiat Yamaha M1 -in conditions in which ambient temperatures reached 35°C and the asphalt 50°C.
Arriving at the Gran Premio bwin.com de España as the World Championship leader, Jorge Lorenzo had looked to extend his advantage with his first home victory in the premier class. He started from pole and did everything possible to chase a podium finish once Valentino Rossi and Dani Pedrosa had broken free, but in the end the Spaniard paid a heavy price for taking too many risks.
Lorenzo crashed his Fiat Yamaha M1 when desperately trying to chase down Casey Stoner, his rival for third place.
Five months on from the final race of the 2008 MotoGP World Championship, the 2009 edition of the series starts up on April 12th with the Commercialbank Grand Prix of Qatar. The first of seventeen races to decide who will be crowned the king of the premier class takes place at the Losail International Circuit in the Arab emirate, opening up the action for the third consecutive year.
The only night race on the MotoGP calendar, the Commercialbank Grand Prix of Qatar is a showpiece event for both the state and the World Championship.