Dani Pedrosa will leave the Repsol Honda Team toward the finish of the season as his Grand Prix hustling vocation reaches an end, however as indicated by motorsport.com, the three-time World Champion will join the Red Bull KTM Factory Racing group in a test part after he’s finished his last race on load up a Honda in Valencia.
The Spaniard has delighted in a fruitful head class vocation with the Japanese maker, which incorporates 122 platform and 31 triumphs in 13 years, anyway the enthusiasm from previous long-lasting team boss Mike Leitner and the chance to proceed with his joint effort with KTM’s title support Red Bull has made the test part an alluring one for the ‘Little Samurai’.
KTM’s standard test rider Mika Kallio has been discounted for whatever remains of the season subsequent to maintaining knee tendon harm at the Sachsenring, yet the Finn is relied upon to work nearby Pedrosa in a two-man test group as the Austrian industrial facility proceed with their advancement of the RC-16.
So does this mean we’ll see the 32-year-old hustling again in 2019? Lamentably not, as Pedrosa is required to swear off any special case appearances with KTM.
Source: Moto GP and MotoGp Brits