Lorenzo understands Viñales’ start struggles

We head now to the Circuito de Jerez-Angel Nieto for the Gran Premio Red Bull de España, a circuit where Viñales has failed to achieve higher than sixth in the premier class. But the Spaniard has plenty to look forward to, after showing good race pace in the first three rounds and heading to Le Mans, where he has two podiums, including a victory in 2017. No doubt his team and fans will be watching with abated breath, as will his Repsol Honda rival, Jorge Lorenzo, who still yet to deliver a Top 10 with his new team.

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