MotoGP » Redding: Size more important than skill in Moto2

“It's stopped being about who's the best rider in Moto2, because physical size seems to be more important than skill” – Scott Redding.

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September 18, 2012 11:39 AM

I can understand how he feels cus its the same watching, every race is the same, he's held up in all the corners or makes 1 pass in the corners then next straight thats guys just breeses bk past then held up in corners then the next guys breeses past on straight & so on & so on until he's at the bk of a train so then he over rides push over then limit on the brakes and corners and ends up crashing or just finishing out of position, the sooner he's out of Moto2 the better cus its just destroying his career, any kind of superbike or motoGp/Crt is better than this joke!


September 18, 2012 11:41 AM

Simonchelli had the best engine in 250cc there was a couple close to his power (Aspar), if Redding had a chunk more power than anyone else it would make up for his weight and he'd prob be in 2nd place in the champ battling Marques.


September 18, 2012 11:57 AM


But seriously, I agree, minimum COMBINED limit is a better idea I feel.
I think this guy would benefit more than anyone else on the Moto2 Grid from a move to MotoGP.

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