It was unfortunate that Dani Pedrosa's brilliant run in 2010 was interrupted with an injury in a year when he collected the most number of wins for himself in a single season. Despite missing a few races, he still finished runner-up in the championship for the second time in his career (2007). In addition, he's finished his last four seasons in the top three and won at least two races every year since his debut in the premier class in 2006. His impressive performances roll back even further when he won three successive titles - twice in the 250cc class and one in the 125cc category - and he has won at least two races every year since 2002. In 2011, one can expect the Spaniard to challenge for the title from where he left off assuming he has better luck staying healthy.