Jorge Lorenzo suffered a broken foot in Aragon, so the last thing he needed heading to the first Thailand MotoGP was to suffer another crash. No such luck for the Spaniard, however, as he suffered a crazy high-side in the second practice session in Buriram, parts flying off his Ducati in the process.
After a big crash during FP2 @lorenzo99 did an X-ray at Medical Center of @ChangCircuit: he has strong bruising on his left wrist and right ankle but no fractures. Going to Buriram Hospital for a final scan. Update later. #ThaiGP pic.twitter.com/bmE8bMbujm — Ducati Motor (@DucatiMotor) October 5, 2018