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Jorge Lorenzo: Assen crash cost me motivation to continue in MotoGP

Jorge Lorenzo reckons his horror Assen crash earlier this year robbed him of his motivation to continue with Honda, the incident leaving him asking if it was “all worth it”. Lorenzo announced in a special press conference ahead of the Valencian GP that the event would be his last as a professional rider, citing a lack of motivation that affected his “commitment to the sport”. The three-time premier class champion said the crash at Assen-where he fractured his T6 vertebrae and was forced to miss four races as a result-made him realise how far he had to go to conquer the RC213-V, admitting he “couldn’t find the motivation to climb the mountain.”...
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