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Lorenzo rubbishes rumours of Ducati MotoGP return in 2021

Jorge Lorenzo has rubbished rumours linking him with a return to Ducati in 2021, but admits he feels he's still "capable" of winning the MotoGP title with the "right tools". Three-time premier class world champion Lorenzo retired from racing at the end of the 2019 campaign following a miserable debut season on the factory Honda, and has since returned to Yamaha as its official test rider in the winter. Lorenzo was due to make his race return as a wildcard at the Catalan Grand Prix with Yamaha, before coronavirus cancelled the original race and MotoGP subsequently banned wildcard outings for this year to cut down on paddock numbers. Linked briefly to a potential Petronas...
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