Pedrosa hopes to deal with every Assen situation

Repsol Honda Team rider Dani Pedrosa believes that to have success at the TT Circuit Assen come Sunday's MotoGP World Championship race it is vital to extract the maximum from each practice session. 

The 31-year-old Pedrosa, who has never won a MotoGP race at the legendary Dutch circuit known by fans as "The Cathedral of Speed", currently is fourth in the rider standings. In the top spot is Maverick Vinales then Andrea Dovizioso seven points adrift in second while Marc Marquez is 23 behind in third. 

At the TT Assen ?? "Dani Pedrosa has 1 win, 1×125 (2002), plus an additional 7 podiums and 2 pole positions". • Ready for 2017• “This weekend we head to the Dutch TT fresh from a podium in Catalunya. This is a race which usually requires great concentration in order to be prepared and deal with every situation the weekend may throw at us! You never know how much dry-track time you’ll get there and having to try several tyres during the weekend you must fully exploit every session. It’s a fast track that I like and we’ll push from Friday morning ready to make our best to be able to fight again at the front on Sunday”. fight! ???? . ©Via from Repsol Honda #DP26?? #Repsolhonda #DaniPedrosa #Repsolteam #Number26Deni #BabySamurai26 #Round8 #Nocoressolo26

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In an interview ahead of this weekend's racing, Pedrosa said he planned on exploiting every practices session on the fast Assen circuit to prepare himself well for Sunday's race.

"This weekend we head to the Dutch TT fresh from a podium in Catalunya," said Pedrosa. "This is a race which usually requires great concentration in order to be prepared and deal with every situation the weekend may throw at us. 

"You never know how much dry-track time you’ll get there and having to try several tyres during the weekend you must fully exploit every session. 

"It’s a fast track that I like and we’ll push from Friday morning ready to make our best to be able to fight again at the front on Sunday." 

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