MotoGP world champion Jorge Lorenzo, sure can stop the domination of Honda in the Spanish GP at Jerez this weekend. Moreover, the circuit has become one of his favorite tracks.
This Yamaha rider in the series appear quite impressive MotoGP debut in 2011 in Qatar, two weeks ago. After passing through tight battle, a former two-time world champion beat the 250cc class was Repsol Honda rider Dani Pedrosa for second on the podium. In fact, during pre-season test, the Spanish rider is quite difficult to stop the domination of Honda.
In addition, Lorenzo is also reminded of the memories of last season where Jerez became a turning point in his struggle to become world champion. On this circuit he won at once took over the leadership of the standings and was never overtaken again.
"I'm ready to go back to Jerez," said Lorenzo. "We started this competition with well in Qatar and I am sure this is a good moment to race for people here in Spain.
"Last year the situation is somewhat similar and probably my best win during his career, close up large gaps in the last few laps. We can not make predictions for Sunday, but kruku and I will work hard to be in front.
"Jerez is a special place for me, probably the best tracks in the world. When I was 15 years old, just a day after my birthday, I was racing for the first time in front of 100,000 people here."