MotoGp, Daniel Pedrosa opens up to a possibility for 2023

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The Spaniard, who raced a race with Ktm in 2021, opens up to a possibility

The three-time winner of a world title, two in the 250 class and one in the 125 class, Daniel Pedrosa has opened has a possibility for his future, ahead of the 2023 season.

“It would be interesting to do a wild card weekend, to better understand what is being asked of riders with the new format and what changes will be asked of riders with Sprint races. It is possible that I could race, with the Sprints on Saturday at 3 p.m. that will change the whole weekend,” the Spaniard said in an interview with the Germans from ‘Speedweek.

“When I go to the track for a test, I have clear ideas about what is necessary and what is not. For example, I use one set of tires and keep it until the end, basically always using used tires. With the new format, new tires will be used more and more, because as early as Friday it will be decided who will enter Q2,” continued the former Honda centaur.

“I continue to have fun riding a motorcycle, for me it is the best thing in the world. As long as I can be fast and give the right directions to the Ktm engineers, I will continue. That is, as long as they are convinced that I can still be useful,” concluded Pedrosa, who had taken to the track with Ktm in the Styria GP in 2021, finishing in 10th position.

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