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GP Week : Issue 18
M oto GP Insight >> It may not be the summer break yet, but Assen marked the halfway point of the MotoGP season, and the fulcrum of the year. It did so with a championship battle revived, and the second part of the year set for a three-way struggle between Rossi, Stoner and Pedrosa. So how do the MotoGP men shape up for the half-term report? 2008 Too much too soon? Gorgeous Jorge has knocked it back after winning one, going incredibly fast, then crashing a whole lot. Now looking to the future. Best passer in the class. Jorge Lorenzo – 114 Evergreen ‘Nearly Man’ keeps going faster on a bike that suits his style at last. If he keeps it up, might even keep his job. First victory remains a distant dream, however. Colin Edwards – 98 Like fellow ex-250 man Lorenzo, a very fast learner, but takes fewer chances. Making the most of a down-beat satellite bike this year, but destined for big things in the factory team next year. Will be ready. Andrea Dovizioso – 79 39