Jorge Lorenzo hasn’t had a fruitful season so far. He jumped from Ducati to Honda and was having problems taming down the RC213V. And he suffered from a series of injuries which forced him to take a break to recover. We last saw him in action at Assen, that was four races ago. However, now Lorenzo is ready to make a comeback at the 2019 British GP.
Speaking about the same, Lorenzo said, “It is very good to be back with the Repsol Honda Team, it has been a long time since Assen. I would have liked to have been back sooner, but the nature of the injury meant I had to take my time. While away from the track, I have been working hard to be as ready as possible for Silverstone but I know it will take some time to get back up to speed. I am pleased and ready to be back with the team so we can keep improving and get the results we know we can achieve.”
While Lorenzo was recovering, rumours of him retiring, joining Ducati again, considering Petronas Yamaha, and whatnot spread like a forest fire. Now, with him back on the Repsol Honda, things have calmed down. We are looking forward to seeing him in action once again and wish him good luck for the remaining season.