It's Embarrassing - Pedrosa

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Repsol Honda Team rider Dani Pedrosa said he did not yet know the cause of the accident that befell him in the fourth round of the Czech MotoGP Series on Sunday (08/14/2011) yesterday, in Brno, Czech Republic. Pedrosa fell when going into corners and causing him to lose the leading position and can not continue the race again.

Pedrosa is actually favored to win in this series because it is so dominant since the first free practice, and occupies the pole position. Pedrosa had lost pole position after the second corner overtaken Lorenzo in the first round. However, Pedrosa managed to take over the leadership race, before then slipped, fell, and dragged up out of the track.

"Very embarrassing. I lost the leading position, drop, and be done with all. I do not even have a hard pressure and still leading. Maybe I was too tilted motorcycle tires or may not be too warm. I still do not know," said Pedrosa, Monday .

"The problem is I have wasted an important race that we have prepared well. I must thank the team for the bike they gave me this weekend, really works well, and I'll tell them I apologize for this error. It hurts because we are ready and finally race pace is quite slow compared to our practice sessions, but we can not do anything, just trying to get back on top. Let's hope tomorrow we could have at least several hours in dry to test 1000cc. I am moving forward to seeing how the new machine after spending the Jerez test. "

According to Pedrosa, he has discarded an important race, which was prepared very well. Pedrosa thank the team has prepared a motorbike with a very nice and apologized for having made a mistake.

"This accident is very painful because we had prepared well. However, we can not do anything, but think about the way forward and try to return to the top," said Pedrosa.

Pedrosa was unable to test for Honda's first 1000cc prototype made in Jerez, Spain since that time he was injured by an accident at Le Mans. And the Spanish rider is likely to choose a focus for the fight next season after a championship season in 2011, more impossible for him.

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