Dani Pedrosa

Dani Pedrosa

2001 - 2003 / 2005 - 2018 moto

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Dani Pedrosa

De Pequeño Samurái a la leyenda

From racing at age four with training wheels to winning three World Championships.

Dani Pedrosa's story goes a long way back. Three World Championship titles and an enormous hoard of fans can attest to this. Dani is the Repsol Honda Team's longest-running rider and the only one to have raced on the three MotoGP bikes.

Barcelona 2012
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    3 World Titles

    2 with Repsol

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    54 Wins

    31 in MotoGP

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    153 Podiums

    122 in MotoGP

Dani Pedrosa, racer in the Movistar Activa  Cup

Some things never change

The nerves before the light changes never go away

Dani Pedrosa
2007 winner

A great rider, great values

Dani is synonymous with victory, success, perseverance, and determination

Yoshishige Nomura, HRC President
Advertising spot featuring Dani Pedrosa

Competition, his motivation

The drive to compete always supersedes any physical issues you might have. In fact, this drive is what's helped me recover from injuries

Dani Pedrosa

La leyenda del Samurái

From mini bikes to MotoGP, Pedrosa has displayed his talent on two wheels on various occasions.

At the age of four, Dani was already on motorbikes, although they had training wheels. At six he was already riding different bikes and at 10 he raced in the Spanish Mini Bike Championship, where he climbed atop the podium in his second race, finished second that year, and won the title in 1998.

In 1999, he signed up to the Movistar Activa Cup. He made it through the qualifiers and raced that very year, getting the attention of Alberto Puig who signed him to race in the 2000 Spanish Championship. Following some excellent results, Dani made the leap to the World Championship in 2001.

Dani logró en su primera temporada Mundialista dos podios. En 2002 ya llegaron las victorias, poles y vueltas rápidas. En 2003 se hizo con el Mundial de 125cc y dio el salto a 250cc, donde ganó el título dos años seguidos. En 2006 subió a MotoGP con el Equipo Repsol Honda. En 2018 decide retirarse de la competición y es declarado leyenda de MotoGP.

Mini bike competition

Dani Pedrosa racing mini bikes

Movistar Activa Cup

Pedrosa in the Movistar Activa Cup

2012 Brno GP

Dani Pedrosa at the 2012 Brno GP