HONDA boss Shuhei Nakamoto believes that 2013 is Dani Pedrosa's last chance to win the MotoGP title.Nakamoto said: 'I think if he doesn't take the title this year, he probably never will, but if he does then it's quite possible he'll go
REIGNING MotoGP world champion Jorge Lorenzo believes that there are four competitors for next years title - Dani Pedrosa, Valentino Rossi, Marc Marquez and himself. Speaking to La Gazzetta dello Sport the two-time world champion said: 'I'm the man
enjoyed a tempestuous relationship in the past), or third behind the two Honda riders (Pedrosa and Marc Marquez), Rossi diplomatically responded the former.A new, mellower Rossi for 2013?
HALFWAY through the first day of open testing at Sepang, 19 year-old Spaniard Marc Marquez topped the leaderboard, 0.227s ahead of Valentino Rossi with a best time of 2m 1.357s.The morning's leader Dani Pedrosa was third at the halfway point
fourth on the leaderboard at the end of yesterday's first day of testing in Malaysia, behind last year's runner up Dani Pedrosa, reigning champion (and Yamaha team mate) Jorge Lorenzo and hotshot rookie Marc Marquez.The Doctor had a few words to say
LAST year's championship runner-up Dani Pedrosa topped the leaderboard at the end of the first day of official testing in Malaysia with a time of 2m 1.157s.The weather held despite the dark clouds allowing most riders to get plenty of time
AT the end of the second day of official testing at Sepang, Dani Pedrosa has again topped the leaderboard with a time of 2m 0.549s, besting his own day one best time of 2m 1.157s.He was followed closely by Jorge Lorenzo for a second day, just 0.019s
the 2013 prototype today which felt good, but it's more important that I take my time to learn the MotoGP bike and adapt my riding style to suit these bigger machines.'Rookie Marquez will ride alongside Dani Pedrosa at Repsol Honda for the next two years.
admired in the past and people I have to race against now.'Smith will be racing a number of veteran racers and multiple world champions, including seven-time champion Valentino Rossi, reigning champ Jorge Lorenzo, plus last year's runner-up Dani Pedrosa
MOTOGP's bright young star has doused the flames of expectation by admitting that he doesn't feel he is on the same level as other members of the ostensible 'top four'; Jorge Lorenzo, Dani Pedrosa and Valentino Rossi.In an interview with Moto
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