After a bad start, Jorge Lorenzo finished third in Austin, which is sufficient for him to retain his leadership in the provisional classification of the championship.
The HJC Helmets rider needed the maximum concentration, intelligent racing and to ride alone in third position almost from beginning to end of the race.
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The HJC Helmets rider finished second in the three-day test at the Sepang circuit
The current Moto GP World Champion stuck to a methodical plan that was designed to not only leave the rider feeling positive, but also to produce consistency, while, at the same time, continuing work to develop the Yamaha YZR-M1
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