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2015: Abandono en la 11ª etapa
2014: 21º (Ganador de la 4ª etapa; 7 veces en el Top10 de la etapa)
2012: Abandono en la 10ª etapa
2018: Victoria en el Hearts of Morocco, 6º en el Rally Merzouga, 2º en la Baja Aragón y abandono en el Rally Turquia,
2017: Victoria en el Rally Panafrica, 2º Baja Aragón, 4º Rally de Marruecos
2016: Victoria en el rally de Cerdenya, 8º en el Rally de Marruecos
2015: 7º en el Rally de Marruecos; 5º en el Rally de Cerdeña (6 victorias de etapa)
2014: 9º en el Rally de Cerdeña; Abandono en la última etapa del Rally de Marruecos.
2013: 3º en el Rally de Cerdeña; 3º en el Rally Transanatolia (13 victorias de etapa)
2012: 6º en el Rally de Cerdeña; 8º en el Rally de Marruecos.
2011: 4º en el Rally Dos Sertoes (Brasil)
2010: 2º de la Baja Aragón
2007: 1º del Enduro X-Trem Gordexola; 9º en el Campeonato del Mundo de Enduro (E3).
2004: Subcampeón de España de Enduro Junior; Campeón Junior de Enduro Indoor
Several years have passed since a boy named Joan watched the Dakar on TV with riders like Nani Roma and Carlos Mas, dreaming of having his chance one day to ride in the dunes. In 2019, Joan Pedrero will take part in his 11th Dakar after a decade of experiences, joys, disappointments and thousands of anecdotes about this rally. “It was a dream that became a job. I have already completed 10 editions and the Dakar is now part of my life. It has helped me to grow as much as a person as a rider”. For this 2019 edition, Joan arrives after changing teams for a new adventure with a new bike and the enthusiasm to win the race. He has carefully prepared for this and heads to Lima after a victory in the Hearts of Morocco, a 6th place on the Merzouga Rally and a 2nd on the Baja Aragon. He now attacks the Dakar with a lot of optimism, following his 11th place last year. “The bike is great, I feel very good on it. It is very light and very well designed. If I don’t fall off; I am sure that I can score a good result. I am very at ease and have a good chance to put in a good Dakar.” Over the years, experience has taught him to approach the race more calmly and with less pressure. On this 2019 edition, Joan will continue to add new chapters to his long love affair with the Dakar.
J.P.G.: “It is going to be a difficult Dakar with a lot of navigation, a lot of dunes and a lot of valleys but this is what I like. It will be an edition for the veterans, the experienced riders and not as fast as in preceding years. A lot of things are going to happen, there will be a lot of daily surprises and twists and turns. If you are good, ahead, the luck factor will be important. But experience makes you calmer, less nervous and I will try to rid myself of the pressure.”
MOTO RACING GROUP (MRG)
Juan Pedrero is busy trying to fix his KTM motorbike at km 72. A stuttering start for the man who finished eleventh in 2018.
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