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June 1st, 2018, 12:41 AM   #21
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Something that needs to be said as well, is the fact that this year's silly season is absolutely insane. I mean we heard almost everything So all the words around need to be followed by a classic "anything might be tho"
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Ok, yeah, I read about Iannone's entourage issues, but is this your speculation on Jorge or did you read it somewhere? I agree with the sentiment, as I think that's why Jlo wore out his welcome, but I'd be surprised if Suzuki said or intimated as much directly or indirectly.

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I read it, can't remember where now though as I'm coming to the end of a two week holiday in Portugal and I've been drinking a lot

Could have been Twitter... It was from one of the bigger depriving pundits.

It's not my speculation on Jorge anyway, I feel like I'm one of the last five people in the world that still have a bit of affection for him

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Something that needs to be said as well, is the fact that this year's silly season is absolutely insane. I mean we heard almost everything So all the words around need to be followed by a classic "anything might be tho"
A case of salt as well.
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I read it, can't remember where now though as I'm coming to the end of a two week holiday in Portugal and I've been drinking a lot

Could have been Twitter... It was from one of the bigger depriving pundits.

It's not my speculation on Jorge anyway, I feel like I'm one of the last five people in the world that still have a bit of affection for him

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In truth there are lots out there who like him when he doesn't have a moan, I blame his parents for that, pushy parents are the pits.
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Especially because they'd have nothing to lose. Lets be honest, Rins and if they get Mir won't do shit, and for sure not more than Lorenzo would accomplish. And considering Suzuki is a 'selling club', in the unlikely event Mir and Rins become race winners they'd be looking to leave. Suzuki is a stepping-stone, so Lorenzo would be the perfect fit. You get a guy desperate to resurrect his career with something to prove, and a proven winner, all for a discount. Who the hell is negotiating their contracts?
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