2013 MotoGP: Lorenzo Not Mad at Marquez for Jerez Clash
However, it looks like Lorenzo went past the incident which caused him to lose the first position in Spain and declared that he holds no grudge on Marquez, even though he still believes that his move was way too hard.
“Well, I think I still believe that the action from Jerez was too hard. I still believe that today. I am not against Marc; I don’t have anything against him because he is young and when you are young, you try - when you see a space, you try. In Jerez, he saw a space and he tried." Lorenzo told MotoGP.com.
Yamaha's rider also mentioned that the Race Direction should start to actually use the new penalty system which became effective as of the 2013 season. "This year we have got the (new) license points and we are not using them at the moment, so in the future I would like Race Direction to use this new system.
In my opinion, at least a minimum of points should have been used. So it would be some points, a yellow card or whatever you want, but something should have been used because, in my opinion, in a race it is possible to touch another rider but when you actually hit another rider it is a different thing. In my opinion, you should at least be penalised somehow.”
Other riders, such as Dani Pedrosa, Valentino Rossi, Cal Crutchlow or Randy de Puniet agreed that it was almost impossible for Marquez to refuse Lorenzo's "invitation" and not going for the open door in the last turn.