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
The start of a new racing season is getting closer. This will also bring about changes in the rules in all three competition classes. A new system for punishing aggressive and (too) dangerous racers will be introduced. In order to prevent aggression on the track, the leading men of the motorcycle caravan have decided to introduce penalty points in the coming season. Many a racer, of course, has concerns, as he will have to be much more careful and even more careful in the race than he is now. The number of penalty points will be awarded to the racer in accordance with the offense he has committed and the danger thereof. The smallest offense will be recorded with 1 penalty point, and the worst with as many as 10. In case the racer collects 10 points, the latter will be banned from racing in the next race, and the points will be counted with
According to the current world champion in the moto GP class, Jorge Lorenzo, we are looking forward to a very interesting season, mainly due to the increasingly strong competition at the very top. He is convinced that as many as four candidates will compete for the title of champion. At the top are currently himself and also Spanish racer Dani Pedrosa. Newcomer to the royal class Marc Marquez and nine-time world champion Valentino Rossi, after returning to Yamaha, are also promising this season. According to Lorenzo, the differences are getting smaller as Marc Marquez and Valentino Rossi, him and Pedrosa breathe more and more behind the collar in the Sepang tests.