MotoGP » British Moto2: Great Scott gives champion's ride, Espargaro struggles

"To come here to your home grand prix and stand on the top step of the podium in red, white and blue, well, it doesn't get much better than that!" – Scott Redding

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September 02, 2013 3:42 PM

Got to agree Garcia, i am quick to give plaudits (rightly so) to Scott but Nakagami was excellent, a couple of brilliant passes but overall he is looking like the next big thing for Japan. I hope he is as i want the Japanese to have a decent rider to support as well as us Brit's having Scott.
I am a fan of Japan and i have enough Nori merchandise to fill a shop :)


September 02, 2013 9:11 PM

Scotty did the business and pols mind has gone again,he crumbled after winning Qatar which is odd to say the least. how can the second best rider 2years on the trot be so coveted by Yamaha? oh yes, he,s Spanish.


September 05, 2013 12:40 PM

Yamaha could have egg on their face with pol , but it could be an inspired decision.
Honda however have got their Rider line up bang on , once bautista moves over and Scott takes his spot , if Dani does not deliver and scott does well in his first year , who knows he could be team mates with Marquez , not that would be intersting .

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