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In his latest boxrepsol.com blog Dani Pedrosa reflects on the Qatar GP and looks ahead to Argentina.
We’ve had some intense training days to get back to top form before heading off to Argentina. This is quite important after a demanding circuit like Qatar. After the first GP, I’ve been getting treated and recovering with my physiotherapist to take on the two consecutive races ahead of us in the best form possible.
As you can probably remember, I wasn’t able to compete in Argentina last year or in any of the races in the Americas, so this trip is quite important for me. I’m keeping in mind the results from past years, and I’d like to finish both races on the podium.
Right now there’s still work left to do to be at our best during this World Championship kick-off, and we know it will be tough. However, that doesn’t affect our goal: the podium.
As for everything else, we need to keep making progress on the bike. We know that to make this happen we need to work hard as a team, and it is crucial to quickly improve how we feel on the bike.
There are still a few weeks to go, but the Spanish GP is right around the corner. I’d love for you all to come to Jerez. Yeah, there’s still a while to go, but we might as well start getting everything ready. I can assure you that nothing would make me happier than seeing you all there, cheering me on from the stands. So, here’s a link in case you’d like to come with the Fan Club. See you there!
I had a great time last year replying to your questions in each post, so we’re bringing back the question of the week for you to ask away on the blog in your comments or on social networks with @box_repsol .
Before I take off, I’d like to congratulate Toni Bou. My admiration goes out to him. He’s already won 19 Trail World Championship titles, 19! It’s easier said than done, right? Congrats, champ!
Talk to you soon!
1 year ago