Marc Márquez and Dani Pedrosa return to action at Misano

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Repsol Honda riders arrive at a track where they tested two weeks ago and have won in the last two seasons: Márquez in 2015 and Pedrosa in 2016.

Dani Pedrosa entrando en curva mientras rueda sobre la Honda RC213V
Marc Márquez and Dani Pedrosa return to action at Misano

Hemos conseguido buenos resultados, así que espero poder de trabajar bien en cada sesión


Dani Pedrosa

Marc Márquez and Dani Pedrosa start the last third of the World Championship season at the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, 9 and 35 points, respectively, off the leader of the overall standings.

The current World Champion has won at Misano in all three classes: Once in 125cc -2010-, twice in Moto2 -2011 and 2012- and once in MotoGP -2015-.

Pedrosa has been on the podium at the San Marino and the Rimini Riviera GP six times, and he achieved victory there both a year ago and in 2010.


Marc Márquez

“We’ll try and have a great weekend in Misano, putting the last race behind us. The important thing is that lately we’ve been competitive at all kinds of tracks, so now we go to Misano, which has a twisty, tight layout, with the same approach and mentality that have worked very well for us so far. We’ll look to be as strong as possible, not with victory as the only target but ready to fight for it if we have the opportunity to do so. We’ll work to get the best result possible. We had a positive test there in August, so we’ll go there ready to start well beginning on Friday morning.”

Dani Pedrosa

“I’m looking forward to the Misano race and it’s a track I like. There are always a lot of fans there, and an incredible atmosphere. I have good memories there and I’ve enjoyed some strong results, so I hope to be able to work well in every session. A couple of weeks ago we had a test there that went quite well, and hopefully that will help us to get things going in the right direction right from the beginning of the weekend.”

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