MotoGP » Moto2: Scott Redding escapes serious injury


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Kevin Gillie - Unregistered

September 05, 2010 5:01 PM

I have a lot of sympathy for Scott right now. He is such a young man and that incident will affect him deeply. I hope he gets great support from his people, and back at the next race riding like he been for the last 2 race weekends!

Don-R

September 05, 2010 5:01 PM
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What a great relief to hear Scott didn't suffer any serious injuries. That was a hard impact and initial reports of hip injuries were very worrying.

Of course the lasting damage will be emotional/psychological after such a grim accident, so I hope he has the right people around him to give him support. At 17 yrs old this is going to be very tough on him.

There really was nothing either he or Alex could have done differently.

rc212v - Unregistered

September 05, 2010 5:09 PM

Can't imagine what Scott feels. He just should know that he's not guilty. It's a big tragedy, bot there's no one to blame.

Don't give up and keep up what you're doing.

and get well soon buddy.

Charlie - Unregistered

September 05, 2010 5:17 PM

This is very good news in the face of this tragedy. No thanks to the handling of the situation by track officials and not red flagging the race. There had to be fluid and debris on the track that the other riders rode through blindly.

rob w - Unregistered

September 05, 2010 5:22 PM

No they both hit him, it was horrible and then I could not believe the marshals picked him up and dumped him on a stretcher which they then dropped! The standard of care was ridiculous, it was clear he was badly hurt. The approach was more keystone cops than professional. I have loved this sport all my life but some times it makes me sick to the pit of my stomach.

dazza - Unregistered

September 05, 2010 5:30 PM

Scott, you need to race on and race for Shoya. Win for him!
I cant imagine how hard it is for you but you must carry on as you have a great future in the sport.

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