MotoGP » VIDEO: Pedrosa previews Czech Grand Prix

Dani Pedrosa looks ahead to the 2014 Czech Grand Prix at Brno following a difficult weekend at Indianapolis.

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August 12, 2014 8:35 PM

Dani is just collecting a paycheck???

What a rediculous statement for someone currently lying second in the World Championship beating Rossi and Lorenzo.

Oh yeh, Dani just twiddles his thumbs, ho hum, ho hum, I'll just toodle around, collecting all these millions from Honda, I won't put much effort into it, those yamaha guys are jus so easy to beat, I'm not even trying.

The stuff this X guy spouts is pure unadulterated drivel! Just pathetic statements.


August 13, 2014 8:31 AM

Making sure Marc wins all the races this year and coming years....that is what dani is previewing and that's why dani is happy and full of smile these days when talking to press because as long as marc wins dani will get bonus....nice way to full the bank balance before alex marquez arrives at motogp to take his seat.


August 13, 2014 8:17 AM

Insidejob: Yeah Pedrosa used the hard front tyre at Indy. The others went for the medium. That may have been his mistake.

Yeah Rossi stuffed up at Assen and that was his mistake. It happens trying to get the edge needed to beat MM, but can bite you in the ar$e.


August 12, 2014 7:51 PM

Insidejob: Yeah Pedrosa used the hard front tyre at Indy. The others went for the medium. That may have been his mistake.

maybe Dani is having front tire issues consistently, not unlike his front tire falling off after a couple laps at Barcelona last year. Who knows. Sounds like his setup really isn't an issue at Repsol Honda though, his teammate has him by a mile. One thing is clear, Dani is just collecting a pay check and having to manufacture excuses these days, he doesn't have a prayer, except for perhaps a potential token win like w/ Mark Webber at Brazil a while back.


August 13, 2014 2:11 AM

did you not watch last year? Dani barely had podium pace last year, he was lucky Rossi was tits up trying to figure out how to ride the Lorenzo bike. Now that Rossi has a bike better suited to him, Dani is tits up because Repsol don't give a sh*t where Dani figures in to the championship, and ... and, it helps if hes completely out of the picture ala last race, because its better if it's Yamaha vs Marquez, and not Honda vs Yamaha, if you really catch my drift, it's better if Marquez is the reason why Honda are winning and not that the Honda is a better bike or that for what ever reason Marquez rear tires just keep going and going and going and going, and that he has absolutely no problems with his front tire, unlike Jorge and Dani last year,, ooops, did I mention that little tid bit, that was disclosed but not really talked about in the media. Shhhh, the tires are fair for everyone says the commentators.


August 12, 2014 5:09 PM

Well, technically, he was looking back at previous years in that "preview"...

Anyway, something was missing for Pedrosa at Indy, and I couldn't get any insight into it. Hopefully he'll be better dialed in Brno, and maybe even taking the fight up to his team-mate.

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