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Jorge Lorenzo to retire from MotoGP at the end of 2019

Jorge Lorenzo has announced he will retire from MotoGP at the end of the season at a press conference ahead of this weekend’s 2019 finale at Valencia. The three-time premier class champion was known to have been considering retirement following a horror first year with the factory Honda squad, but had previously said he would wait until he was able to trial the ’20 RC213-V before making a firm decision on his future. He held talks with Ducati about a return to the team he competed with for two seasons, but these fell through-leaving retirement the only other option aside from pressing on and finishing his two-year contract at Honda. He has ultimately decided to take the former...
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