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Dani Pedrosa made official MotoGP legend

Honda's Dani Pedrosa has been inducted as an official MotoGP legend on Thursday in Valencia on the eve of his final grand prix appearance this weekend.  Pedrosa announced prior to the German Grand Prix weekend in July he would be calling time on his 18-year grand prix career, with Dorna CEO Carmelo Ezeleta confirming during the Honda rider's retirement press conference he would be made an official MotoGP legend.  The Spaniard has been a Honda loyalist throughout his time in the grand prix paddock, winning the 125cc world title in 2003 and back-to-back 250cc crowns in the following two seasons before stepping up to MotoGP with HRC in '06. Pedrosa finished runner-up in...
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