After missing out on 3 races due to a surgery to rectify a persistent arm pump issue, Repsol Honda rider Dani Pedrosa is all set to return to MotoGP racing at the upcoming Le Mans round in France. Dani has been undergoing a series of special exercises and therapy to regain strength and functionality in his right arm. He will be looking to get right back into the action and the fight in front. Repsol Honda also lost a ton of points in the constructors trophy with Hiroshi Aoyama not able to put Dani’s RC2013V in any respectable position during his three race stint with the machine. The 2015 season also is probably the best so far with the number of people battling for a win and podium spots being the maximum it has ever been. Would be really interesting to see Dani Pedrosa join the fight at the top.
“I’ve been doing a lot of therapy in the past few weeks since the operation and I am improving step by step. I’m beginning to feel stronger and looking forward to getting back on the bike – after all, this is the best way to check the feeling after all the rehabilitation work. It will be good to get back to my team and catch up with them all after this time and of course to see all the fans in Le Mans, so let’s hope the weather is kind to us again like in 2014!”