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October 30th, 2019, 06:17 PM   #51
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my point is: if Honda were concerned with Lorenzo, or even considering a change, or simply trying to get points, they would have gone with Bradl. To me that demonstrates that Honda do not care about Lorenzos performance, and will not replace him next season.
Come on man, how can Honda not be concerned with Lorenzos performance? For one thing they are paying him a good salary and getting zero results. And as has been said before it doesn’t make the company look good if only one rider can get results. The Japanese are nothing if not pragmatic. Remember how they treated Dovizioso when he was on the third Repsol bike and scoring points regularly. Despite having a contractual agreement they dumped him like he was last year's garbage, and it cost them a lot of money. No reason to think they can’t and won’t do the same to Lorenzo.

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