MotoGP

Pedrosa on course for 2011 return

Spaniard's shoulder mending well following surgery

MOTOGP DIMINUTIVE Dani Pedrosa is expected to resume training in the New Year following a full recovery from the shoulder injury he sustained last October.

The Spaniard will spend a full month working on his physical condition to ensure that he is in the best possible shape for the first MotoGP test of 2011 at Sepang, Malaysia, from February 1st to 3rd.
 
Pedrosa, who finished the 2010 MotoGP World Championship second overall, was told by specialists to rest the shoulder, which sustained heavy trauma damage when broke his left collarbone in two places during practice for October’s Japanese Grand Prix. The injury was pinned and plated at Barcelona’s USP Instittut Universitari Dexeus, but serious bruising and swelling in the shoulder caused Pedrosa a serious lack of strength and feeling throughout the arm during the last few races of the season.

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