MotoGP, Biaggi: "Lorenzo on Ducati is a good thing, but Honda's better for him."

"We need to find a strong leading star like Jorge. Zarco was courageous and was sincere in saying farewell to KTM."


Biaggi often uses social networks to communicate with his fans and all motorcycle enthusiasts. This time, he took (virtual) pen in hand to discuss the two hottest topics of the summer: the possibility of Lorenzo's return to Ducati and Zarco's decision to leave KTM.

Here's what he wrote.

"Hi guys! How are your holidays going? Already back to work?

These days, we talked a lot about Ducati's interest in Jorge Lorenzo and about the consensual contract termination between Zarco and KTM.

Johann made it clear what his problems were and why he didn't feel like continuing his adventure. In fact, he gave up a great deal for next year, with the added difficulty of finding a free bike in the MotoGP! In short, he was really courageous but, above all, he was very sincere. Being sincere in such a competitive world is for the brave.

Hats off to Johann!

As for Ducati and Lorenzo, I believe that Jorge's return on a bike with which he proved to be very competitive, would have been positive for the championship and for Ducati, even if it's best for him to remain where he is. We need to find a strong leading star like Jorge. The only one in the Marquez era who has won a championship! Obviously, these agreements, with other already ongoing contracts, are quite complicated. What do you think? Do you think it's best if Jorge remains with Honda, and try to also win with this bike? Or would it have been better for him to switch to Ducati in 2020?

I'd love to hear and respond to your comments.
Stay tuned...



Translated by Leila Myftija

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