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Even though Jorge Lorenzo and Honda both insist on seeing out the contract that ties them together through 2020, prolonging the current situation for another year makes no sense for either party when it seems to be getting even worse
The huge expectation generated by the announcement that Jorge Lorenzo was signing for Honda at the midway point of last season has turned into a nightmare in the subsequent months.
This is the case for both the team and also for the rider, who always wanted a chance to ride for what is traditionally considered to be the strongest team in MotoGP during his career.
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