Jorge Lorenzo eyes redemption in MotoGP's Tuscan paradise
Updated 1817 GMT (0217 HKT) May 29, 2015
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After an indifferent 2014 season, Jorge Lorenzo is back to his best.Gabriel Bouys/AFP/Getty Images
Lorenzo has enjoyed a good start to the 2015 MotoGP season and sits in second place in the riders' standings, just 25 points behind Valentino Rossi. Here the Spaniard celebrates his win in France, the second of two consecutive victories.Photo by Mirco Lazzari gp/Getty Images
Lorenzo and Rossi endured a difficult relationship a few years ago but the pair are now on good terms now that they have both "matured."
Lorenzo takes a corner during the Grand Prix of Qatar in Doha -- the first race of the season -- in which he finished fourth.
His father, Chico, holds his son's arm aloft in celebration of his 2010 World Championship win. Lorenzo had previously severed ties' severed all ties with him due to their turbulent relationship. JAIME REINA/AFP/Getty Images
Lorenzo celebrates his first place in Jerez, Spain, the first of his two back-to-back wins that put him back in contention for the 2015 crown.
The 28-year-old Lorenzo will be looking to make it three straight wins this weekend when he takes the track in Tuscany, Italy.