Jorge Lorenzo1987-05-04 (age 32)
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LCR Honda's Cal Crutchlow says Jorge Lorenzo's retirement is a "sad day" for MotoGP, after the five-time world champion decided to call time on his career on Thursday in Valencia.
Johann Zarco says a 2020 Repsol Honda MotoGP call-up in light of Jorge Lorenzo’s retirement would be “an exceptional dream”, but insists he would be happy with an LCR ride as well.
Retiring three-time MotoGP champion Jorge Lorenzo says he’s “very sorry” to have “disappointed” Honda and team boss Alberto Puig with his poor form in 2019.
Speaking during a press conference in Valencia, three-time MotoGP champion Jorge Lorenzo looked back on his accomplished career and outlined his reasons for retiring.
Jorge Lorenzo will be leaving MotoGP at the end of a terrible season - one that does his achievements no justice. Here is the story of his career decline, and why he should be remembered for his highs.
Three-time MotoGP world champion Jorge Lorenzo has called time on his glittering career at the end of his worst season in grand prix racing.
Three-time MotoGP champion Jorge Lorenzo appears likely to announce his retirement from grand prix motorcycle racing later on Thursday.
Honda MotoGP team boss Alberto Puig admits that securing a triple success of riders', manufacturers' and teams' titles in 2019 would be "incredible" given Jorge Lorenzo's current performances.
Jorge Lorenzo says he "found something" in the latter stages of Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix, which he described as his best MotoGP outing since his return from injury.
Johann Zarco's dramatic 2019 MotoGP season took another twist this week, as LCR Honda announced he would be joining the team for the final three races of the year.
Jorge Lorenzo said that FP2 for MotoGP's Japanese Grand Prix has been his best session since he got injured at Assen, as he reverted to a chassis he used back in May.
Newly-crowned six-time MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez has compared Fabio Quartararo’s riding style to that of triple world champion Jorge Lorenzo “when he was at the best level at Yamaha”.
Jorge Lorenzo says he will likely have to "sacrifice" front stability with his Honda to improve tyre life for the MotoGP Thailand Grand Prix, after struggling with this at Aragon.
Jorge Lorenzo says he has to "accept" his current limitations aboard Honda's MotoGP bike after missing his self-imposed target in Sunday's Aragon Grand Prix by some way.
Jorge Lorenzo has responded to his Honda MotoGP team boss Alberto Puig’s recent comments, asserting that there isn’t “anyone” who can say that “I didn’t try and didn’t risk with this bike”.
Honda MotoGP team boss Alberto Puig believes that Jorge Lorenzo's struggles with the Japanese marque are not down to technique but a lack of "courage and willingness".
Jorge Lorenzo says that he feels "out of danger" after not crashing in the "survival weekend" at Silverstone on his return to MotoGP, and he will be able to risk more in future races.