Movistar Yamaha MotoGP's Spanish rider Jorge Lorenzo rides during the first MotoGP free practice session of the Spanish Grand Prix at the Jerez racetrack in Jerez de la Frontera on April 22, 2016. / AFP / Cristina Quicler
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MotoGP world champion Jorge Lorenzo insists his focus is still on retaining his title despite deciding to leave Yamaha at the end of the season for new adventures with Ducati.Valentino Rossi's crash at the Austin Grand Prix two weeks ago has left Lorenzo's Yamaha teammate already 33 points adrift of Marquez.However, the tricky relationship between Lorenzo and the Italian – who he pipped to the title in controversial circumstances in the final race of last season as Rossi claimed Marquez had conspired to aid his countryman – has led to Lorenzo's surprising decision to split with Yamaha after seven seasons with the Japanese manufacturer.
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