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Yamaha: Jorge had an ulterior motive…

The decision to ban wild-cards this season means retired MotoGP champion Jorge Lorenzo will not be able to make a Yamaha race return at Catalunya, plus possibly Misano and Motegi. According to Yamaha Racing managing director Lin Jarvis, it also prevents Lorenzo getting a clear answer on whether he still has the desire and speed to make a full-time comeback in the premier-class. "Jorge wanted to do tests and a race this year. But I think he had an ulterior motive. He also wanted to find out if he was still interested enough to return to racing," Jarvis told Speedweek.com. "I think he had a very strong interest in finding out if he would still be fast enough, comfortable and...
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