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Pedrosa announces retirement from MotoGP

Honda MotoGP rider Dani Pedrosa has announced he will retire from grand prix motorcycle racing at the end of 2018. Pedrosa, who will turn 33 in September, broke the news in a special press conference ahead of this weekend's German Grand Prix at the Sachsenring. The Catalan rider had been part of the Repsol Honda works set-up since 2006, but was left without a ride for next year when the team signed Jorge Lorenzo as his replacement for 2019. While no factory options were left available by that point, Lorenzo's Honda move left Pedrosa as the highest-profile target for Yamaha's new satellite operation, the Sepang circuit-owned SIC Racing Team. However, Pedrosa has now confirmed that he will...
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