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Pedrosa Blog: Looking forward to Mugello

Pedrosa Blog: Looking forward to Mugello

I’m excited to go to Italy, but I need to be careful after the last physiotherapy sessions….

In his official blog for Dani Pedrosa looks ahead to the Italian GP:

Hi everyone!

After a week dedicated almost entirely to recovering, it’s time to travel again. This time to Italy.

As I was telling you, I’ve focused on healing my arm. Now, the most important thing is to fully get back in shape 100%. Mugello is a very particular, technically complicated circuit. I’d say it’s one of the toughest tracks of the year.

I think that all the riders clearly remember our first time on this circuit due to how demanding it is, especially if you’re a rookie. It’s also a complicated GP when it comes to staying focused because it’s large and very noisy with the Tifosi parties and the music, but this also has a positive side. That’s how the GP is experienced in the stands.

The Italian fans are very passionate. They are a real biker fanbase, and they are very dedicated. The atmosphere of every GP Sunday there is indescribable; it’s something to be experienced.

I’m excited to go to Italy, but I need to be careful after the last physiotherapy sessions. I want to recover my rhythm little by little, but the desire to get back on the bike is all I need!

By the way, I didn’t want to forget to dedicate some words to Contador for the great Giro d’Italia he’s having. Despite the complications and bad luck he has had to overcome, he’s shown that once again he has what it takes to be one of the great champions. Thanks for putting on such a great show for us!

Best wishes,



MotoGP, 2015, GRAN PREMIO D'ITALIA TIM, Dani Pedrosa, Repsol Honda Team

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