MotoGP » 'Special' Sepang victory for happy Pedrosa


'My level of riding today was very good and the victory comes after a difficult week' - Dani Pedrosa

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LanceTheHooliganAlbon

October 13, 2013 12:31 PM

No respect for this sad little boy! 8 years on the factory Repsol Honda and not one single championship, where Marquez will win in his first year on the same bike. Go Marquez ... I'm hoping Yamaha can sort the M1 out for 2014 though so that both Rossi and Lorenzo can be more competitive as well :)

Zdoublez

October 13, 2013 2:47 PM

Pedrosa did an amazing job staying on the bike after Lorenzo madde contact really hard with Pedrosa's rear tire (motogp.com multiple cams show it clearly). People are forgetting Lorenzo touched Pedrosa's rear tire trying to take first place back just like MM did last race. His touch on MM was his second contact in few laps so he should get 2 penalty points not 1. Do I think personally he should be warned? No. But if MM got the penalty Lorenzo should get 2 penalty points as well. Unless Dorna is just some fools out of control!

joat

October 13, 2013 2:53 PM

It was all the more special given the beating last time out and being on pain killers. Lorenzo was the big disappointment not being able to nail his second position and allowing Marquez more points than he otherwise would have got. Yes it (MotoGP title) mabye over for Dani but its said "Never say never"!!!

Zdoublez

October 13, 2013 2:57 PM

Dani for 8 straight years seem to be in the same position at the end of championship. By now he should had learned that he needed to win races and be right there on points in the first half of the season. He's too content to just seat behind of whomever is leading the race and let the guy do his race. If it wasn't for MM attacking him that hard at the beginning of the race he was more than happy to just seat behind Lorenzo and let JL do his own thing.

SmokinHaddock

October 13, 2013 5:38 PM

Harry, and that was after he had just overtaken MM. Can't be believe some people have the audacity to come on here and tell a multiple GP winner how to conduct his racing. Probably the same ones who were saying after the last race that he was a beaten man, but then what did he do? Oh yes, beat MM. I'm not a Pedrosa fan, but give the guy due respect.

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