Honda boss Livio Suppo claims that Dani Pedrosa, despite not yet becoming a world champion in the elite class, is one of MotoGP’s top racers. The Spaniard has won 26 races in the Honda factory team in nine seasons, but has not yet won the world title, and has been overshadowed by teammate Marc Maruqez in the last two seasons. Pedrosa was the first to beat Marquez this season. This happened at the Czech Grand Prix in Brno, and later the Spaniard slipped to fourth place in the championship, behind both Yamaha racers, Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo. Suppo claims that it is not only Dani who is to blame for the lack of points, but he cited the collision with Andrea Iannone in Australia as an example. "Denmark is a bit sorry for me as he was in second place in the overall standings almost all season," he said.
Certainly, all motorcycle enthusiasts are looking forward to the start of the motoGP racing season. The Spanish Honda racer, Dani Pedrosa, is especially looking forward to the period of tense races and hot asphalt. The Spanish racer is already impatiently counting down the days until the start of the new season. After the title of world champion has slipped through his fingers several times, he thinks that he is ready enough this year to achieve laurels. He celebrated in seven races last season and finished three in second place. Nevertheless, this was still too little for the title of world champion. While he was on the winning podium 15 times last season, he is convinced that he will succeed this year and that he is ready enough. Like he said, it’s solid