MotoGP » Le Mans Moto2: Scott Redding claims French GP victory!


Scott Redding claims his first Moto2 win in rain-stopped French Grand Prix at Le Mans.

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vlady

May 19, 2013 12:51 PM

I do agree with you bomg..it's more like World Championship when it's not Spanish anthem in every podium..
Btw..great ride by Scott..well deserved win!!I think Pol is not as good as what we thought..shame on Nakagami..he should learn about racecraft..

James - Unregistered

May 19, 2013 12:59 PM

Pol espargaro is hugely overrated. It was clear to me marc marquez had an inferior bike last season but because most people dislike him they were in denial.

Espargaro in no way deserves a yamaha, motogp ride, but then again if bradley smith gets one.

Cubikrube

May 19, 2013 1:02 PM

Yeah that Scott Redding is overrated, doesn't deserve a GP ride, has done nothing blah blah blah.

That bloody well showed them Scott, kept your head when all around were losing theirs. A mature and considered ride that finally gave you the result we all so desperately wanted to see. More of the same for the rest of the season and then when you get to GP you'll show them what you can really do.,

D E L I G H T E D :) Go #45!!!!

prof-x - Unregistered

May 19, 2013 2:32 PM

dang. hats off for getting that win, but I have to think, being on a competitive team for that long and not having a win, thats something even more special if you ask me. wow. Not sure whats going on in the Pon's team, but they are gonna have to start bumping it up a notch.

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