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Jorge Lorenzo tested the 2017 Ducati on Sunday as he continued to struggle with the GP18 in Thailand

Jorge Lorenzo spent the final day of the second MotoGP test comparing last year's Ducati with the 2018 version after a difficult weekend in Thailand. The Spaniard topped the first test of the year in Malaysia with an unofficial lap record of the Sepang International Circuit, and declared the new Desmosedici as better suited to his riding style. At Buriram, Lorenzo finished the opening two days in 10th spot and was struggling to find the same form on the GP18 as he did at Sepang. To make matters worse, damage to one of his chassis meant he only had one '18 bike to use come Sunday. In a bid to try and confirm his issues, Ducati took the GP17 belonging to Pramac's Danilo Petrucci...
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