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Matthew Birt  says:

Dani Pedrosa ruled out of German MotoGP race

A vicious high-side crash in yesterday morning’s third practice session at the Sachsenring has ruled Dani Pedrosa out of this afternoon’s German MotoGP round. The Spaniard suffered a small fracture in his left collarbone in the spill at the first corner but it is low blood pressure that has forced him to withdraw from the 30-lap race. Pedrosa had planned to participate...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (14 July 2013 10:49)

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Jul 13

Posts: 36

Revilo612 says:

Not a surprise

I was stunned to hear that the medical team were still considering letting him ride despite him not being able to do the warm-up.

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Jan 12

Posts: 1628

doohanfan says:

smart move with Jorge out

If he can't pull back a 2 point advantage from MM in his rookie year then MM deserves to win, if it is a relatively minor fracture he may be able to score some points next week then be close to 100% by Indy, as opposed to Jorge who might not be 100% for the rest of the year with bone grafts etc now involved. Still, Jorge fell this weekend when he presumably was feeling stronger than last race, going by his times anyway.

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Feb 12

Posts: 180

BarkerBill says:

Not surprising at all!


Agree with you, but remember, the show must go on and in this case, as in the case of Lorenzo at Assen, the medics passed their qualified judgement of the patients condition under the ever watchful eye of Carmelo Ezpeleta. No singular person has done more to destroy motorcycle racing as it once was than this greed inspired Spaniard. Rider welfare is of no consequence, as ever.



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