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Lorenzo: Mixed feelings on missing wild-cards

Jorge Lorenzo has mixed feelings after being denied a chance to return to the MotoGP grid as a wild-card in 2020. After retiring from full-time competition last November, following a punishing season at Honda, the triple premier-class champion stepped into the role of Yamaha test rider. After debut tests on a 2019 bike at Sepang, it was confirmed that Lorenzo would make his racing return on an M1 as a wild-card in his home Catalunya round. But that event has been postponed by the coronavirus, with the Grand Prix Commission then deciding to scrap all wild-card entries this year to cut-costs and limit paddock numbers for closed-door events. "Of course, it's a very unexpected situation...
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