“I didn’t start badly,” started Lorenzo. “But with the chaos of the first lap, I lost some positions because I went to the inside of some corners and some riders passed me around the outside, costing me some positions. There, I really couldn’t have gone any faster. After with the full tank, I couldn’t play with the bike and it was the bike that pushed me into the braking zones. I had to brake early and I lost a lot of time, but with the tank starting to empty I began to feel a lot better. And that, with the important change to the ergonomics that we did in Warm Up, made it go from less to more, quite clearly.