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Pedrosa: “Let’s see how the weather is”

Pedrosa: “Let’s see how the weather is”

Dani Pedrosa hasn’t had the best luck at the Gran Premio Movistar de Aragon the last two years, but he’s hoping for a change of fortune.

The 2013 Aragon GP  saw Dani Pedrosa taken out by Repsol Honda teammate Marc Marquez, a year later Pedrosa fell while challenging for the win as rain began to fall, a less than ideal record in Aragon in recent years. Rain in the last two rounds of the MotoGP™ World Championship has also seen Pedrosa struggle, finishing fifth in Silverstone and a lowly ninth in Misano. Neither results were up to Pedrosa’s standards and he has grown increasingly frustrated, thirsty for a return to the podium.

Aside from his two recent disappointing results, Pedrosa has an overall positive record in Aragon with a win and two seconds. Aragon is a circuit that clearly suits the Honda and Pedrosa is hopeful of finding his past form there again in 2015. The weather looks to be dry, though a sunny race day was also expected last time out in Misano.

Dani Pedrosa: “It was a disappointing race in Misano and I’ve already put it behind me. The last two years have been tricky for me in Aragon so I look forward to an incident free race this year! I enjoy going to Aragon and having the opportunity to race in front of our home fans, of course this gives you more motivation and we will all try put on a good show for them. Let’s see how the weather is and I hope to be in the battle for the victory."

MotoGP, 2015, GRAN PREMIO MOVISTAR DE ARAGÓN, Dani Pedrosa, Repsol Honda Team

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