It has been confirmed that Jorge Lorenzo will take part in warm- up at the Dutch Grand Prix of Assen following an enormous crash in the rain on Thursday during FP2. After flying back to Barcelona, the Spaniard
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underwent surgery on his left collar bone early on Friday morning and early stages of recovery went well. He then returned to Holland late on Friday afternoon, with clear hopes he could race on Saturday.
It is clear Lorenzo is keen to race this weekend, keeping one eye firmly on the world championship, and if he is able to start the race this afternoon, he will be on the back of the third row in 12th as his FP1 lap time set in the dry automatically put him in Q2 on Friday afternoon. However, if he is to take part in the race rules state the Yamaha Factory rider must go out in warm-up this morning. Following a medical check with the Clinica Mobile this morning, the 26 year old has been declared fit and will go out on his M1 this morning.
Lorenzo will now take part in warm-up to assess his fitness ahead of the race this afternoon and his bikes set-up, and will undergo more medical tests after the 20 minute session.