MotoGP » 'New role' for Pedrosa’s manager Alberto Puig

"I feel that he has already given me so much that now it is time to change our relationship slightly" - Dani Pedrosa.

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Cris Zarate

December 03, 2013 9:45 AM

It's a good change for Dani, it's similar to Rossi splitting with Jeremy Burgess.... Love or hate Alberto Puig but he is still the most respected person in the paddock, he helped a lot of riders such as Toni Elias, Dani Pedrosa and even Casey Stoner. He really is passionate about the sport and that alone earn my respect for the man. I hope this change will finally land a world title for Dani, I really hope so, cause he really deserve at least 1 title.


December 03, 2013 9:59 AM

Ross Brawn was one of the most respected men in the F1 paddock and look what happened to him. But at least they didn't give him a job overseeing the under 15 Bavarian kart championship...


December 03, 2013 10:40 AM
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It's hard to work out if its a sacking or promotion from the text.
If he's taking on more work it's promotion, but sacked from working with dani, Yet at the same time it looks like Honda want more out of him so Dani had no say. confusing!

Either way, it's been handled a lot better than the way Rossi SACKED JB. That was just plain disgusting and desperate!!

Jack Mordino

December 03, 2013 12:41 PM

This move came a year too late. Pedrosa has come of age two years ago - in 2012 we saw a Pedrosa different from what he used to be upt o that point: Resilient, persisting and with a willingess to fight. These qualities were present throughout 2013 as well so a personality as imposing as Puig can't be a good thing anymore. When one really becomes a man, the father has to step aside.

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