MotoGP » Dani Pedrosa begins full recovery


The Spaniard is recovering well from surgery, though he has less than three weeks to go before the Estoril round of the 2011 season.

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chasmunch

April 16, 2011 7:37 PM

DP needs someone to help get his head right. When I look at his face I see demons at work. He should have had a title by now. Terrific machines, security, an avid fan base. Seems like he just has a screw loose and self detonates. Someone needs to show him the way. Not a fan of his but he'd be more fun to follow if he had a title in his pocket.

shamarone - Unregistered

April 17, 2011 4:31 AM

re: "What weight advantage is that then?
Seems to me that the HEAVIER you are the more titles you win right?"

exactly. everybody's finally starting to catch on to what i've been saying (when no one else was saying it). body types at the "extremes" are NOT the ideal. i'll say it again, just like there's a thing as being too big to ever be successful on a motorbike (ie. reuben xaus)...? there's such a thing as being too small. and there's more than a few ne'er-do-wells who statistically bore this out before we ever knew from stoner or pedrosa (ie. biaggi, capi, melandri, etc). rossi is fortunate in that he was always just the right size (physically) as he progressed up thru the classes. never too small, never too big, but just right. basically the motoracing equivalent of a "goldilocks effect". :) this supports something else i've always said, rossi isn't just talented, he's also the luckiest som-bi#%@h rollin'.

ritchy - Unregistered

April 17, 2011 11:47 AM

I really hope Dani does it this year, 1st Pedrossa 2nd Rossi 3rd Lorenzo thats how I hope the season ends, I think Stoner is a great rider but hate the way he comes across always so whingy like a spoilt kid, he needs to do a couple of rides in world superbikes to know what hard racing is.

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