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Dani Pedrosa announces retirement from racing

Dani Pedrosa has announced on the eve of the MotoGP German Grand Prix that he will retire from racing at the end of the 2018 season. Pedrosa's future was thrown into uncertainty when Honda confirmed it was to part ways with the Spaniard after 18 years together last month, with Jorge Lorenzo to take his place. It was thought Pedrosa would move to a Petronas-backed satellite Yamaha team, with the Sepang International Circuit confirming last week it had agreed a deal to take over the grid slots of the Aspar team. However, in a press conference on Thursday afternoon at the Sachsenring, Pedrosa announced his intentions to retire from racing at the conclusion of the current MotoGP campaign....
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