With just hours left before this year’s season kicks off, three-time MotoGP world champion and SEAT ambassador Jorge Lorenzo is making a final sprint in his training workouts. His recipe for going into the competition in top shape includes cycling, the gym and his SEAT Leon CUPRA. Jorge cycles up the Ordino-Arcalís mountain pass in Andorra twice a week to get himself used to performing at 170 beats per minute, the same heart rate needed to compete in a Grand Prix event. We spent a day with the champion rider while training to discover what it takes to make it to the podium:
The SEAT ambassador always goes training on a road bike with his SEAT Leon CUPRA as an escort car to minimise risks.
The rider works out every day between five and seven hours to begin the championship in top shape.