Dani Pedrosa will return to the competition at Goodwood

The Spaniard will participate along with a 500cc Paton in the Barry Sheene memorial trophy, which will be held from September 13 to 15.


Dani Pedrosa decided to withdraw from the competition after the 2018 Valencia GP although his decision was not final. In the first place because is still linked to the World Championship as a test driver of KTM and later, because will return to compete in the Goodwood Revival that is held within the framework of the Barry Sheene memorial trophy that will take place from September 13 to 15.

The news has been reported after the Spaniard returned to climb the RC16 in a private test in Brno, once he has overcome the injury he suffered in winter and delayed his return to the handlebar of the Austrian motorcycle. Now will be an original 500cc Paton of the 60 decade that will accompany you in this journey, where other riders will also participate, such as Eugene Laverty, currently in SBK, James Ellison, in the British SBK, or the winner of the TT of the Isle of Man, Mick Grant.

But before setting course for this appointment, the next commitment of the Spanish will be el test to be held at the Circuit de Catalunya on the Monday following the grand prize. For that occasion, Pedrosa will appear again fulfilling his role as tester at KTM because, despite having confirmed his participation in the event organized by the Duke of Richmond, Dani is clear that will not compete as a substitute or as a "wild card" on a MotoGP. In the World Championship, his stage as a pilot is now history.



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