MotoGP » Pedrosa targets fourth successive Sachsenring win


'Sachsenring has typically been a good track for me in the past and it's a circuit where I always enjoy racing' - Dani Pedrosa

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shamarone

July 09, 2013 10:50 PM
Last Edited 469 days ago

re: "now that rossi is competent again"

it was one race sans Lorenzo. technically, we don't know that. if we're honest...? we're just HOPING that's the case.

for who that team is and what those front ends cost...? this fix took waaayy too long.

V4Poweeeer

July 10, 2013 6:20 AM

God some of you Rossi fans make me sick Danis not gonna win again Sachsenring is Danis best track but whatever hes never gonna win again cause Rossi is on a come back. Please even some of you Rossi fans had doubt about whether or not Rossi was ever gonna win again now one race win and Dani doesn't stand a chance nor Jorge (needs time to recover but he'll be back). Dani won races against Rossi when the Honda wasn't in as good shape as it is now so don't worry about Dani, just don't be to surprised when he strings a strong second half of the season together and finally lifts that championship.

pcxmac

July 10, 2013 7:45 AM

Its all about getting people's attention and selling adds guys, when you understand that much, you understand that the commentator's role in portraying the class as credible and interesting is more significant than any individual rider will ever be. It's about selling adds...

unfortunately MotoGP is no better than a tabloid at this point, F1 seems to be have more credibility, but it too is suffering at the hand of the politicians and owners who are deciding that the masses are to stupid to understand what motivates the people who operate the circus, unfortunately a lot of you some of you guys buy in to the story and not the realities of racing, Its made for TV, and while the pilots really want to win, they are being propped and jerked around by the guys who pull the real strings that nobody seems to want to admit, save they might understand what GP racing is all about.

Plato called it centuries ago in his work about 'The Republic' when he went on about 'his' allegory of the cave. E

nealio

July 10, 2013 3:59 PM

Bridgestone will scupper any chance for Pedrosa to win by bringing their "heat-resistant" rear slicks to the Sachsenring. Pedrosa has suffered a lose of edge grip due to the different construction of this slick. I look to see Bridgestone bring these slicks to all the so-called Honda tracks this season, even though they were designed by Bridgestone's own engineers for only the most extreme high energy corners along with extreme high track temperatures.

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