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By offering his services (back) to Ducati, Jorge Lorenzo triggered a ripple effect in the MotoGP paddock that has included Jack Miller and Andrea Dovizioso being left with a sour taste regarding their own futures.
In any relationship, the fact that one party might have enjoyed a period of flirtation with a third party is always liable to cause long-term damage that can affect levels of trust.
The ripple effect can be felt even further if the third party is themselves in a relationship with a significant other, turning the whole thing into a tangled web.
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