Pedrosa wins in France

Dani Pedrosa won a wet French Grand Prix and now leads the championship from Marquez.Britain’s Cal Crutchlow, who suffered a fractured leg during practice, finished second with Marc Marquez in third. Reigning world champion Jorge Lorenzo finished down in seventh place after starting from second on the grid.

Pedrosa wins in Jerez

It was a Spanish 1-2-3 at the Spanish MotoGP in Jerez with Dani Pedrosa grabbing his first win of the season. Young newcomer Marc Marquez barged champion Jorge Lorenzo out of the way and off the track at the final corner to take second place. Lorenzo managed to continue and finished third.

Pedrosa wins Portuguese MotoGP

Dani Pedrosa rode a fine tactical ride to win the Portuguese MotoGP, staying on pole-sitter Jorge Lorenzo’s tail until four laps from the end before passing the reigning champion and forging a commanding lead. Pedrosa’s Honda team-mate Casey Stoner finished third and seven-time champion Valentino Rossi was fifth.

Pedrosa wins in San Marino

Spain’s Dani Pedrosa closed the gap at the top of the championship table after winning the San Marino MotoGP for Honda, beating the Yamahas of fellow Spaniard Jorge Lorenzo and Italian Valentino Rossi.

Third win of the season for Pedrosa

Spain’s Dani Pedrosa claimed his third win of the season with victory in the Indianapolis MotoGP. Pedrosa, who fell while leading at the Brickyard 12 months ago, started in fifth place on the grid but by lap four he was up to second place.

Pedrosa wins at Mugello

Dani Pedrosa became the first rider to win from pole position this season as he secured victory in the Italian MotoGP at Mugello.

Pedrosa wins in Laguna Seca

Spain’s Dani Pedrosa, starting from fourth on the grid for the MotoGP in Laguna Seca, made a great start to seize the lead and held on to win his first race for quite a while. Both Pedrosa and fellow Spaniard Jorge Lorenzo, who finished third, suffered heavy crashes in qualifying, making their efforts even more remarkable considering the obvious pain …

Home favourite dominant

Home favourite Dani Pedrosa dominated the Cataluña MotoGP, overtaking pole man Casey Stoner at the start and then staying out in front for the rest of the race. Valentino Rossi, who started from ninth on the grid, finished in second place with reigning champion Casey Stoner in third position. Rossi is now just seven points clear of Pedrosa at the …