“What Jorge [Lorenzo] did, he started to be competitive when he changed, in my opinion, his mental approach and he rode in a different way than on the Yamaha. He didn’t try and ride [it] like a Yamaha. But he took something of his riding style. That’s why I told you before that it’s very important to adapt because the MotoGP of today – tyres, brakes, electronics, chassis – it’s quite clear what you have to do on every bike.
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