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Interview with Dani Pedrosa

"I will go back to Europe, try to rest, recover energy and generally enjoy a break. I'll catch some sun, which is always good, and rest for a few days. There will be visits to friends and family to laugh and be happy, then it will be back to training".



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wired - Unregistered

July 31, 2012 8:27 PM

Pedrosa is a tiny guy riding a heavy very powerful bike. He needs his riding to be exquisitely tuned to clock in fast laps. He pushes to the limit and stays there without room of maneuvre to respond if he is overtaken. The guy doesn't lack grit. He just lacks the body build to muscle the position of the bike like the late Simoncelli could do, and taller guys like Rossi or Edwards can. Physical limitations and all, he is a fantastic rider and a joy to watch. Totally different riding style to the other 3 riders, but a smooth operator in his own right.



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