Tag: Dani Pedrosa
Dani Pedrosa put the rest of the MotoGP world on notice during the testing period at Spain’s Aragon Motorland this week.
The racing at the Czech Grand Prix may be over, but most of the MotoGP teams were still present at Brno yesterday to take part in testing new models and motorcycle riding gear.
Rivals went head to head on the Brno track this weekend, as Dani Pedrosa edged out fellow Spaniard Jorge Lorenzo by less than two tenths of a second.
Friday saw the preliminary rounds of the Czech Republic Grand Prix get underway, albeit with a somewhat depleted field.
Jorge Lorenzo Podiums With Second At Indianapolis Yamaha Factory Racing rider Jorge Lorenzo was back on the podium, taking second place in the Grand Prix of Indianapolis. The Championship leader had struggled all weekend to find an optimum set up, only making a step forward in the qualifying session. Lorenzo, who was one of only [...]
Jorge Lorenzo Flies To Indianapolis Front Row Championship leader Jorge Lorenzo gave it everything this afternoon in an incident packed qualifying session to take second on the grid for tomorrow’s Grand Prix of Indianapolis. Having struggled to find pace all weekend the team made a big step for qualifying, dramatically improving his speed and resulting [...]
With his retirement looming, Australian MotoGP rider Casey Stoner reflected on the rivalry between himself, Jorge Lorenzo and Dani Pedrosa that has dominated much of his time in motorsports, including this season.
Proving he’s not out of the running quite yet when it comes to the MotoGP crown, Australian Honda rider Casey Stoner executed an expert pass of points leader Jorge Lorenzo to win the U.S. Grand Prix at Laguna Seca.
Dani Pedrosa took advantage of having access to the new RC213V and narrowly edged out chief rival and points leader Jorge Lorenzo during the morning session of Friday practice for this weekend’s U.S. Grand Prix at Laguna Seca.
One week after giving a mixed verdict on the new Hondas following the post-race test at Mugello, Repsol Honda has announced changes to the bikes for the upcoming U.S. Grand Prix at Laguna Seca.