Scott Redding is taking nothing for granted as the Marc VDS Racing team rider heads to Mugello with a 24-point lead in the Moto2 World Championship.

Redding claimed his debut victory at Le Mans to take over the lead of the series but the British prospect says his breakthrough success 'changes nothing' in terms of his overall championship outlook.

"While it was good to finally win in Le Mans, it changes nothing.

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"Our approach will remain the same, with the championship being the priority," said Redding.

"The win in Le Mans has given me a 24-point advantage in the standings but, as we've seen in the past, it only takes one bad weekend to see that lead reduced significantly.

"Like Le Mans last week, Mugello is a circuit I like racing at.

"We have some new parts for the bike this weekend, which I think may give us something of an advantage at such a fast, flowing and technical track."