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Repsol Honda Team's Spanish rider Dani Pedrosa takes a curve at Jerez de la Frontera race track on May 5, 2017 during the MotoGP first free practice session of the Spanish Red Bull Grand Prix. (AFP)
Repsol Honda Team's Spanish rider Dani Pedrosa takes a curve at Jerez de la Frontera race track on May 5, 2017 during the MotoGP first free practice session of the Spanish Red Bull Grand Prix. (AFP)
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Spanish rider Dani Pedrosa has been dominant in the practice sessions ahead of Sunday's race at Jerez de la Frontera in the city of Cadiz.

The three-time world champion was the fastest man with a time of 1 minute, 39 point 420 seconds. The Repsol Honda rider was 0.544 seconds faster than Australian Jack Miller, who crossed the line with a time of 1 minute 39 point 964 seconds to finish in second.

British Cal Crutchlow with his LCR Honda ended with a time of 1 minute 40 point 045 seconds in third position. Ducati's Jorge Lorenzo improved from previous races finishing in 4th position.

Italian Danilo Petrucci impressed during the practice session to finish in the top five, and Maverick Vinales suffered a crash at Turn 9, but managed to come in sixth.