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Jorge Lorenzo

Jorge Lorenzo

When three-time MotoGP World Champion Jorge Lorenzo talks, it's safe to assume that people pay attention. In part, he is known for not keeping his thoughts to himself and taking any prisoners.

We're perplexed why he hasn't landed a job as a MotoGP pundit this season, even though broadcasters like DAZN (the Spanish host) and probably even BT Sport have no doubt contacted him.

Instead, it seems like Lorenzo is doing it alone, which is why his newest endeavor - a 'vlog' named "99 seconds" in homage to his race number - has piqued our interest.

Is Jorge Lorenzo going to be a wildcard in MotoGP?

The possibility of Jorge Lorenzo riding the third factory Yamaha M1 at one or more races Yamaha has hinted at this season... Only if specific requirements are met.

That's honor what the Spaniard, who has won 44 of his 47 career MotoGP races with Yamaha, says he intends to achieve.

"To use a wildcard, we must still communicate and comprehend the available possibilities. A lot is going on here, but I'd want to handle things better and see whether it's worth the effort.

A few of those test riders will be able to start Sunday's race, just as Bradley Smith (Aprilia), Sylvain Guintoli (Suzuki), and Michele Pirro (Ducati) were able to do this year.

Lorenzo's competitiveness over the race weekend is unlikely to be a focus for Yamaha since these riders are frequently tasked with testing and assessing new components rather than aiming for a strong finish.

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