Yamaha’s Jorge Lorenzo has revealed he is undecided on whether he’ll race the 2012 or 2013 Yamaha M1 chassis in Qatar on Sunday, despite placing second in the combined classification of practice times, behind
|Lorenzo has shown impressive form so far this weekend
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Marc Marcquez by 0.001 of a second. The Spaniard also claims there are still improvements to be made, to get back ahead of his compatriot at the top of the time sheets and further ahead of other rivals.
Lorenzo, who put in a time of 1’56.085 commented: “I’m very happy with the changes we made on the bike because it improved a lot. In the last moments the track was better this evening, in the beginning it was very dirty. I think we can still improve the bike more tomorrow, we still haven’t decided which chassis is better; today it is the new one, yesterday the old one. I’m very curious to see how the qualifying goes with the new formula, we will just be concentrating on making four fast laps, the maximum performance we can get.”