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Dani Pedrosa

Dani Pedrosa

Against the odds, 2010 proved Dani Pedrosa’s best season in the top flight. Though the likes of Lorenzo and Stoner had forced him down the MotoGP hierarchy pre-season – a status not aided by a fairly average start to the year -, Pedrosa clawed his way into contention with a mid-season run of form that included four wins and four second place finishes. Though a title challenge seemed unlikely, Pedrosa would have been closer to Jorge Lorenzo but for his collarbone injury.

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