• General 06.10.2013

    Never say this water I’ll not drink, said Jorge Lorenzo, in English, to the astonishment of the international press, which did not understand where walked kicks, unaccustomed as they are to the Spanish proverb. The issue at hand, recurring in the latest press conferences in the circuits for months, was attendance at the Grand Prix of Japan, who was suspended because weeks should be held after the earthquake and the subsequent tsunami that devastated the Japanese Coast last March. And for which it sought a new date: October 2. Since they met when that appointment should celebrate pilots openly showed his reluctance to run on the circuit of Motegi, about 120 kilometers from the Fukushima nuclear power, fearful as they were by the possible effects of radiation before the news that had been happening on uncontrolled leakage of this plant in. However, after dozens of meetings, after motions with a mutiny, and demand more and better information about radioactivity in the area in which the shed of MotoGP remains about five days, the pilots will run in Japan. Source of the news:: riders will run in Japan

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