The triple world champion Lorenzo misses TT Assen after a crash in free practice

Jorge Lorenzo won Sunday did not take part in the Dutch TT, Assen (nl). The triple world champion in the moto gp the doctor is no longer in action after his crash in the first practice session on Friday.

The 32-year-old Lorenzo, and pushed back five minutes before the end of the first session and crashed at turn seven years old. The rider of the Repsol Honda, was taken to hospital in Assen, where there is a fracture in a vertebrae was diagnosed.

“Luckily there was no damage to the brain, which is the most important thing,” says doctor Michele Zasa. “He can do anything to move, and it has no signs of neurological problems. Now We have to wait and see how the next few hours go.”

Lorenzo fell in this month during the Grand Prix of Catalunya, and a few days later, during a test session at the circuit of Barcelona, spain. The right-back was in 2006, and the 2007 world champion in the 250 cc and the current Moto2). In 2010, 2012 and 2015, he picked up the title in the moto gp.

Lorenzo has won four times in a race at the Dutch TT in Assen. In 2004, he was the best in the 125 cc and the current Moto3) in 2006, and in 2007, he won the 250 cc and in 2010, he was the first to cross the finish line at the MotoGP. This season, he’s only fifteen in the world CHAMPIONSHIP standing.

The Grand Prix in the moto gp starts on Sunday at 14: 00, after the Moto3 (11: 00) and Moto2 (12: 00).

Sadly @lorenzo99 has been declared unfit for the remainder of the #DutchGP. Updates to follow.
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AvatarAuteurHRC_MotoGPMoment of plaatsen12:33 – June 28, 2019

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