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June 3rd, 2018, 04:57 AM   #1
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Jorge wins at Mugello

I know this is gonna be discussed in the Mugello race thread, but Jorge's ride from today deserves its own 10 pager IMHO.

Wouldn't call myself a fan of his but what a show that was. So fast and so amazingly flawless. Leading the whole race.

He might not have won his Ducati bet if you look at the big picture (at least so far) but that doesn't matter today.

KUDOS JORGE. You earned this one!
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How many J.Lo threads do we need in this forum????















Lol, JK. Have at it. I am happy to see him win too. He definitely should stay in the paddock.
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June 3rd, 2018, 05:01 AM   #3
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Great race from Jorge, good to see him up there again
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I think one thing is for sure. If he finds himself back on a factory Yamaha next year the official riders are going to have a hard time keeping up.
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Lol, JK. Have at it. I am happy to see him win too. He definitely should stay in the paddock.


That ride was so perfect it's gotta have its own thread


Think this is gonna change something in his (rumored) Ducati farewell?
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Does he have the record of being the only man to win on Yamaha & a Ducati?
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Does he have the record of being the only man to win on Yamaha & a Ducati?
I believe Stoner won on a Pee Wee a few times.
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I'm so happy for him. It was a typical Jorge race, he hasn't lost his mojo. I hope that the problem was indeed the fuel tank and this trend carries on to the next races!!
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Does he have the record of being the only man to win on Yamaha & a Ducati?
I believe so.
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