Jorge Lorenzo is now a full-time internet troll
it's all kicking off between Cal Crutchlow, Jack Miller and retired champ Lorenzo
Five-time world champion Jorge Lorenzo is clearly not happy after being ditched as Yamaha test rider in favour of newly-retired Brit Cal Crutchlow, and he's taken to social media in what some people are calling a blatant act of trolling.
Lorenzo compares Yamaha's decision to ditch him in favour of Crutchlow as "like exchanging gold for bronze"
According to MotoGPnews.com, Lorenzo had previously "turned up fat" to testing duties for Yamaha, and was "four seconds slower than Tito Rabat on a road bike he'd borrowed off his mate"
Crutchlow then fired back at Lorenzo via Twitter, claiming the Spaniard was "bored at home"
When Crutchlow crashed in testing at Qatar last week, Lorenzo was quick to take to his keyboard to have a sly pop at Crutchlow, this time on Instagram. Ducati rider and mental Aussie Jack Miller then joined the fray in support of Crutchlow. It's no secret that Lorenzo wasn't the most popular of riders, both with teams, riders and fans alike.
With three MotoGP riders now involved in the spat, Aprilia rider Aleix Espargaro joined in supporting Crutchlow.
Lorenzo then turned his trolling up a notch to turn his attention to Espargaro, mocking his lack of race wins.
I've got my popcorn supply stocked up, as this one is sure to run and run.