MotoGP » Injury fears for MotoGP title leader Dani Pedrosa


Dani Pedrosa flown to hospital for medical checks - just one day after nearest MotoGP title rival Jorge Lorenzo was forced to withdraw from the German GP.

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Motojunky

July 13, 2013 10:15 AM
Last Edited 381 days ago

Geez.
Rossi sets his M1 brakes up.
Jorge has a getoff and breaks bones.
Rossi wins Assen and everybody starts to overstep the mark in fear of the Legend returning to put the pressure on.
Crutchlow stacks, Pedro stacks and Dovi (not that he's a threat) writes off a Ducati.
And Rossi only said he found something (and backed it up with a win) and the wheels fall off everyone elses wagon.
Rossi said MM reminds him of himself and he is the only one that hasn't busted himself up. Ironic.

Before all you keyboard warriors get off your bikes, all the above are tongue in cheek comments. After all, us Rossi fans haven't had much to gloat or cheer about for a while. lol.

Go Rossi.
YeeeeeeHaaaaaa.

donnybravo

July 13, 2013 10:18 AM

seems like the gods have a soft corner for lorenzo...they want the title fight to go to the last round !!!!

too bad dani boy...this is your best chance ever to win the championship. pls remember,,,it's now or never....

just hope 10 years from now, you don't kick your self remembering this season....

lux

July 13, 2013 11:46 AM
Last Edited 381 days ago

Dammit, I feel for Dani!
Poor guy, so much bad luck, he was doing everything right and he wasn't even pushing when the crash happened, so undeserved!

Anyway, I'm reading he didn't break anything, so here it is hoping for him to be OK and take part in the race...

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