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Old 06-01-2015, 04:10 PM   #1
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Pedrosa pleased with postsurgery results

The Spaniard explains that its now time to focus on developing the bike

REPSOL Honda’s Dani Pedrosa is pleased with his recovery since undergoing surgery for arm pump issues.

The Spaniard finished fourth at Mugello after qualifying in 7th thanks to Andrea Dovizioso retiring and his team-mate Marc Marquez crashing out of contention.

Pedrosa overtook Dovizioso on lap 12, but was then passed by Yamaha’s Valentino Rossi on the same lap who eventually finished third.

However, Pedrosa’s team-mate Marquez crashed out just before the end meaning he crossed the line in fourth place just off the podium, three seconds behind Rossi.

“I'm happy overall, especially because my forearm is getting better all the time,” explained Pedrosa.

“Today I had a fairly good race, right through to the end. I was able to fight with some other riders and confirm that every week I'm getting better. It has been positive. Now we have to work on the bike to try to develop it and get better results at the coming races!”

Pedrosa is now 13th in the Championship standings after missing several races as he recovered from arm pump surgery.

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