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Pedrosa Blog: A week of experiences

Pedrosa Blog: A week of experiences

There’s not much to say about the GP that you don’t already know…

In his official blog for Dani Pedrosa gives us his verdict on the Dutch GP:

Hey everyone,

Before the Dutch Grand Prix I had a few quiet days with my people, which helped me to recharge batteries. I went to A Coruña and had the opportunity of enjoying a charity event organized by our friends at Repsol, so I had the chance to disconnect for a day in a Spa in La Toja with my physiotherapist and friend. And honestly believe that it helps to get ready for anything ahead!

I even had time to enjoy a walk around Lake Geneva, a place I really love. It’s an unbeatable natural space and I cherish the relaxing feeling it gives you. It’s indescribable, you must try to visit and see it for yourself!

As a cycling fan, I can’t wait for the Tour de France to get started. After this season’s great Giro d’Italia, it’s time for the Tour to begin. Though there are other tours that I like, like the Giro and the Vuelta a España, the Tour de France is the most prestigious and it shows; in the impact, the environment, the excitement and, of course, the best cyclists in the world are there.

I got the chance to hang out with Jorge Prado in Assen, a motocross rider in the European Championship, the youngest at this present moment! As you can see in the photo, he’s very young, still studying in fact. He’s from Lugo but he’s abroad at the moment with his team. Go Jorge! Great to see you in Assen!

There’s not much to say about the GP that you don’t already know. On Thursday the practice was pretty good, beating the circuit’s record. Saturday wasn’t so good though, I had a strange fall during the warm up that made me race with my second bike. At first, we had some problems with the clutch and then with the brake, but that’s how races are. Now we need to get set for the next Grand Prix, engines on!

Question of the week

Do you place your trophies according to how much you enjoyed the race or just put them in order? From Estela

Hi Estela,
The trophies from the more difficult or exciting races always are placed up front. They’re always in the first row!

Best wishes,


MotoGP, 2015, MOTUL TT ASSEN, Dani Pedrosa, Repsol Honda Team

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