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Pedrosa joins Biaggi, Mamola on 13 wins

Pedrosa joins Max Biaggi and Randy Mamola in having 13 MotoGP race wins - but no title.
It's a record that Dani Pedrosa won't want to hold for long, but the Repsol Honda rider's latest victory means he has now joined Max Biaggi and Randy Mamola as the most successful rider without a 500cc/MotoGP title.

Pedrosa and former premier-class stars Mamola and Biaggi have all won an 'unlucky' 13 races.

But Pedrosa's form and improved fitness means the Spaniard should soon add to that tally - and, having moved within four points of title leader Jorge Lorenzo, could well remove himself from the 'best bridesmaid' list at the end of the year.

Joint fourth on the list are Loris Capirossi and Sete Gibernau, with nine premier-class wins.



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Twin - Unregistered

May 12, 2011 9:04 PM

I've become a Dani fan, partially through attrition. Jorge has the absolute worst attitude. Any positive feelings I've had about him were erased after HE collided into Simo and recently tried to blame the event on Marco 6 months later. While Marco has a significant history of overly aggressive riding it is irrelevant to the incident in question. I'm done cheering for Jorge. On the other hand, Dani has clearly gritted his teeth through injury and has ridden well while continuing to display professionalism and perseverance. I'd be happy to see him take the big prize this year.



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