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Lorenzo unlikely to stick with 2017-spec Ducati

Jorge Lorenzo says it’s unlikely he’ll switch back to Ducati’s 2017-spec MotoGP bike in Qatar even though he used it on the final day of testing in Thailand. After only managing to finish the first two days of running at Buriram 10th-fastest, Lorenzo endured an even tougher time on Sunday, slumping to 22nd place and 1.846s off the pace set by Dani Pedrosa.  The Spaniard opted to spend the final few hours of the test on the GP17, but said afterwards that he believes the new bike – which he didn’t feel “comfortable” using on Saturday – remains the better bet.  “Today has been difficult, not so much confidence, very far from the first riders,” said Lorenzo. “That’s...
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