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Jorge Lorenzo

Jorge Lorenzo

He was born on May 4, 1987 in Palma de Mallorca. He climbed for the first time to a motorcycle with only three years; one made by his father, 'Chicho' Lorenzo, to play his first minicross race. With six years, he won the Balearic Championship, in what was his premiere in an official competition. He alternated the 'minicross' with the trial. In 1997 Lorenzo had already won eight regional championships in motocross, trial and speed. In that same year debuts in the Cup Aprilia Caja Madrid 50cc. and Dani Amatriain became his manager.

At age 13, he had to ask for a special permit to participate in the Spanish Speed Championship, the Federation granted it and only one year later he finished fourth in the 125cc class and in the European class of the same class, in the sixth place. His victory in Braga (Portugal), made him the youngest driver in history to win a European race. Until 2001 his team was Monlau Competition, school of mechanics of competition directed by his manager.

Giampero Sacchi and Derbi, who gave him the opportunity to compete in the 125cc Motorcycling World Championship. Due to age, he was not able to participate in the first two races of 2002, until he met the minimum required by the International Motorcycling Federation. On May 5, 2002, he became the youngest driver in history to take part in a motorcycle world championship when he made his debut at the Jerez Grand Prix, where he finished in the twenty-third position. Four races later, in the Circuit de Catalunya, he finished fourteenth, adding his first two points with 15 years and 42 days, breaking another precocity record in the World Championship.

In 2003 he achieved his first victory in the 125cc World Championship during the Brazilian Grand Prix. In 2004 he achieved three wins and in the eighth of a liter he finished fourth. In 2005 it reaches 250 cc with Honda, gets six podiums, four pole positions and finishes fifth in the general classification. The following year he entered Aprilia and dominated with eight wins and ten pole positions. In 2007 he achieved another eight victories and nine "poles" becoming the best driver in the history of the category.

In 2008 he rode the Fiat Yamaha, achieving pole position in the first race of the season in Qatar, the first night race in history, finishing in second place. Add another "pole" and another podium in the second round of the Championship and after adding the third consecutive in Estoril, is number one on the podium for the first time in his career. He suffers a spectacular fall in free practice in China fracturing both ankles, despite the seriousness of the situation, runs and finishes in fourth position. He returns to the podium weeks later in France but repeated falls make him boost although he adds another two podiums in Misano and Indianapolis. He finishes the season in fourth position and is named "rookie of the year".

In 2010 he faces his second season in the premier class against favorite title contenders such as Valentino Rossi, Dani Pedrosa or Casey Stoner. The Italian rider Valentino Rossi (Yamaha) suffered an open fracture of the tibia and fibula of his right leg during the second and final round of free practice of the Italian Grand Prix, held at the Mugello circuit making it easier in the championship. On October 10, 2010, Jorge Lorenzo was proclaimed world champion of MotoGP.

In the 2011 season he was runner-up in MotoGP behind the Australian Casey Stoner.

On October 28, 2012 he achieved his second MotoGP title with his Yamaha YZR M 1, mathematically proclaimed world champion at the Australian Grand Prix. On November 8, 2015, the Mallorcan rider re-proclaimed MotoGP world champion after winning Marc Márquez and Dani Pedrosa in the last race of the season. Valentino Rossi, who disputed the title, came back from the 26th to the 4th position although he was never able to shoot in the times of the three leading and ended up losing the title again in Valencia as in 2006 before Hayden for the same 5 points.

At the end of the 2016 season will leave Yamaha, the bike with which he ascended to MotoGP in 2008, and with which he achieved three World Cups (2010, 2012 and 2015), to enter Ducati, as announced on April 18, 2016, both brands.



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