LCR rider Stefan Bradl dominated the second free practice session, in front of home fans, during the German Grand Prix at Sachsenring. The session was soured by a serious injury to defending champion and Yamaha rider Jorge Lorenzo, who was thrown off his bike at Turn 10 and injured his collarbone.

Stefan Bradl

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Friday Practice Review

Lorenzo enjoyed a great run during the first of two practice sessions on Friday. The Spaniard posted 1:22.047 to Dani Pedrosa's late 1:22.221, with Valentino Rossi third and Bradl fifth. Lorenzo was leading during the early part of the second session as well, until his accident.

However, the Yamaha driver's 1:22.252 remained quick enough for fourth, behind Bradl and compatriots Dani Pedrosa and Marc Marquez. Rossi was fifth with 1:22.395.

Jorge Lorenzo

Meanwhile, Britain star and Tech 3 Rider Cal Crutchlow was also involved in an incident - this time at Turn 11 - during the second practice session. However, the 27-year-old escaped with minor injuries and will take part in the rest of the weekend. Lorenzo was not quite so lucky though; the Yamaha Factory Racing team has confirmed his withdrawal from the rest of the German Grand Prix.

According to a note on the MotoGP website "Lorenzo's latest accident has resulted in damage to the titanium plate in the champion's left shoulder; a further operation is now required".

Top 10 MotoGP Free Practice 2 Times from Sachsenring:

    1. Stefan Bradl (LCR Honda) 1:22.030
    1. Dani Pedrosa (Honda) 1:22.239
    1. Marc Marquez (Honda) 1:22.251
    1. Jorge Lorenzo (Yamaha) 1:22.252
    1. Valentino Rossi (Yamaha) 1:22.395
    1. Nicky Hayden (Ducati) 1:22.572
    1. Aleix Espargaro (Aspar Aprilia) 1:22.763
    1. Andrea Dovizioso (Ducati) 1:22.850
    1. Alvaro Bautista (Gresini Honda) 1:22.976
    1. Andrea Iannone (Pramac Ducati) 1:23.008

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