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Lorenzo: Le Mans race struggles down to "stamina"

Jorge Lorenzo says the physical demands of Ducati's 2018 MotoGP bike led to him struggling for "stamina" and tumbling down the order in the French Grand Prix. Lorenzo darted to the lead from the second row at the start of the Le Mans race, and headed the pack for nine laps. Unable to pull away, however, he began to slow down and started to drop positions, completing the 27-lap event in sixth place. "Basically today my main problem was that physically I couldn't support, I don't have a good support in the fuel tank, to keep my stamina during all the race," Lorenzo said. "I am suffering this from the beginning, and in tracks like Austin and here, that you have a lot...
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