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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tobecis - Unregistered

September 24, 2012 10:03 PM

Look anyone who has watched Moto2 can see that riders who are smaller and lighter are quicker on certain tracks. However there are more tracks with long straights and this is where Scott loses out. Courses where there are fast corners Scott becomes more competitive. We all know he has talent but things do need to be equal to show true bike skills. last race showed the problem from the grid he lost three places before the first corner and on every straight he was losing ground Scott i s not .5 sec slower than Marquez.

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