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MotoGP 2017 | Spain

MotoGP 2017 Rocks Spain

Street bike madness reigned supreme in Jerez! All the juicy details from last week’s MotoGP slugfest in Spain are right here at your fingertips. Great track, great fans and great racing. Enjoy!

It was an enthusiastic, predominant and inch-culminate race for Dani Pedrosa (Repsol Honda Team) in the Spanish GP, as the ‘Child Samurai’ changed over shaft into the holeshot and after that gave a masterclass in dealing with weight. Away toward the begin and dealing with the crevice to flawlessness in spite of the singing track temperatures, the number 26 was unbreakable in the number one spot and in the end took the triumph by more than six seconds as partner Marc Marquez agreed to second.

The win makes it sixteen years consecutively that the three-time title victor has taken a triumph in the World Championship, and another platform keeps him rise to third in the record books forever platform completes – a record imparted to incredible opponent Jorge Lorenzo (Ducati Team).

Back on top to take his initially win in Jerez since 2013, Pedrosa demonstrated his mind boggling ability at the end of the day – and climbed to inside ten purposes of the Championship lead held by Valentino Rossi (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP). The Spaniard says he delighted in the race like never before – flawlessly centered around the objective: winning.

DP26: “I’m just happy because I’m much more conscious now. When I was younger it’s more unconscious and you don’t know why you’re so fast or so good, but as you get older you have to be more conscious of what’s happening and you are the one who has to make it happen more. It doesn’t come as easy. It’s much more fun now when things are happening…Whether I’m an outsider or a favourite doesn’t matter, because you’re focused on your goal. It’s not happening because people say something about you or don’t – it’s because you make it happen. And today is an amazing feeling because of that.”