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Lorenzo explains breakthrough Mugello Ducati win, secret Honda talks

The two-week period covering the 2018 French and Italian MotoGPs was arguably the most dramatic of Jorge Lorenzo's career. The five-time world champion left Le Mans just 14th in the world championship and unsure of his racing future, with Danilo Petrucci poised to take over his Ducati seat in 2019. But in the following days, Lorenzo not only received the parts needed to increase his corner speed and save energy on the Desmosedici, but clinch a secret two-year deal with Honda and then win Ducati's home event at Mugello. So how did it all happen? In the latest episode of his 99 Seconds YouTube series, Lorenzo explains: "In 2018, I was the rider who had the best starts, braked later than...
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