Two-time MotoGP World Champion Jorge Lorenzo has taken on an unusual demeanor this weekend. Seeming beyond frustration, the Yamaha ace is carrying himself with a calm sense of resignation. Rival Marc Marquez isn’t a realistic target at the moment. Beating his teammate, Valentino Rossi, scratching his way to the podium, and securing maximum points given the circumstances — those are the goals Lorenzo can focus on this weekend at the Circuit of the Americas.
FOX Sports 1 will carry this weekend’s TUDOR race at Long Beach LIVE at 6 p.m. ET Saturday, and will be streaming four on-board cameras during the race HERE.
LIVE streaming of MotoGP’s free practice 4 and qualifying sessions begins at 2:30 p.m. ET today and will be available exclusively on the FOXSportsGo app, which is available by clicking HERE.
Last season when Marc Marquez rolled into the Circuit of the Americas, he was still the new kid on the block and just hoping to make an impression.
Sure, he had long been touted as MotoGP’s next great one, but at this time last year, he was all potential and hype but still yet to have won anything in the premier class.