Former World 250cc and World Superbike champ to take part in two day test
Jorge Lorenzo struck again at Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello today, taking his third consecutive Gran Premio d'Italia victory in fine form
Yamaha Factory Racing’s Jorge Lorenzo continued his affinity with the Mugello circuit, leading from the first lap to claim his third successive victory at the iconic Italian venue.
Spaniard demolishes his competitors with Pedrosa and Crutchlow in second and third
Thanks to a strong ride in FP3, Ducati Test Team rider Michele Pirro made it into the Q2 session for the first time.
In the next few days Ben Spies will undergo further medical checks in order to have a clearer appraisal of the situation and evaluate the treatment to be followed for full recovery.
Repsol Honda rider storms to top of the timings ahead of Lorenzo and Dovizioso
Cal Crutchlow was less than 0.3s behind reigning World Champion Lorenzo and Mugello specialist Rossi
Andrea Iannone still suffering from a little pain in his left knee, which hasn't healed completely.
Ducati Test Team rider Michele Pirro had a strong showing aboard his Desmosedici GP13 laboratory bike.
Rossi eventually finished second overall with a personal best time that was just 0.034 seconds behind Lorenzo.
The Mugello circuit is one of the fastest tracks on the MotoGP calendar.