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You clearly don't have a clue what you are on about. When the tires go off, Pedrosa often in the past went backwards. Just cause he had a really good year last year doesn't change the fact. It's still a weakness of his even if it isn't as prominent as it used to be. He also used to be rubbish in the rain but eventually managed to improve his wet weather riding significantly.
Low grip conditions still affect him more than it does the other top riders(especially in the dry). That doesn't mean it is always 100% the case, but still he is weaker in those sort of conditions more often than other top riders are. Even Nakamoto himself at the end of last year said that Pedrosa is very sensitive to the slightest condition changes , and that it has often affected his riding and made him over cautious. If you had actually watched Motogp for the past 7 years you'd know this. You spout nothing but paranoid delusions and try to pass them off as fact.