MotoGP » Progress for Redding after weather woes


British rider Scott Redding makes progress on new Moto2 machine following difficult start in Spain

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MD - Unregistered

February 19, 2010 11:55 AM

Sometimes strange to realise that he's sill only 17 years old!!

With the depth of talent and experience in Moto2 this year he will be doing really well to break into the top 10.

Just scoring a point will be hard enough..!

Good luck Scott.

Juan Kerr - Unregistered

February 19, 2010 12:50 PM

@MD
Totally agree with your post, Scott has the potential to go to the very top. There will be a awfull lot of hard work before he gets there, but he could be a top star in a few years.

Again

Good luck Scott. :) :blush: :D

rockingrodders - Unregistered

February 19, 2010 3:05 PM

I can't understand why these guys don't test in wet weather conditions when they present themselves. Its not as if some of the races are not run in the wet. Sitting in the garage bitching about the conditions is not helping the learning curve at any level. :)

Mark Bayliss - Unregistered

February 19, 2010 4:47 PM

@rockingrodders - I would imagine this is because it is a brand new bike and he will not learn much pottering around in the wet on an unfamiliar bike. He needs dry time to understand the bike and get it to something like how he wants it before doing any significant wet weather testing.

drifter - Unregistered

February 19, 2010 5:14 PM

I reckon this year will be an eye opener for Scott. He may well find his team mate Lonbois faster from the off. lonbois was awesome to watch in the Eurostock 600 last year, just loosing out to our very own Gino Rea.
I hope he gets to grips with the bike early, but I wouldn't expect too much too soon.

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