After nine races without a win, Dani Pedrosa finally opened his victory account for the season at Sachsenring. Favourable circumstances have been the ally to his consistent podium form, with the end result being that he is now in second place in the overall standings -14 points behind leader Jorge Lorenzo and six ahead of team-mate Casey Stoner.
Expecting MotoGP's great white hope of the mid-2000s to finally take the title that has eluded him over the past six seasons? I'm not so sure.
The win at the German Grand Prix was Pedrosa's 16th time on the top step in the premier class. Nobody hasRead More »from Pedrosa still outside bet for the title