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Redding scores points… in Belgian Supermoto!

“After racing in Assen yesterday and then doing two races and a qualifying session here at Spa today, I'm looking forward to a lie in tomorrow, as well as some rest ahead of the next Moto2 race at the Sachsenring.

“It's been a great day here at Spa; everyone I've met has been fantastic and, hopefully, we've raised a fair bit of money for the children's charity as well."

"I'd like to say a big thank you to Joël Delsupexhe, the guys at AS Moto and the event organisers for the invitation and also for looking after me so well. Thanks also to Marc Fraikin for the shirt, it's good to see there's a fast rider behind the number 45 in Supermoto too!

“Finally I want to say get well soon to the Marc VDS Parts Coordinator, Patrick Kramer, who was going well in his race, until he had a bit of a moment on the jump and dislocated his shoulder," concluded Redding.

Redding will stay on in Belgium for training, before heading to the Sachsenring next week for round eight of the FIM Moto2 World Championship, the final round before the traditional summer break.



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Nick23

July 04, 2013 3:22 PM

Well I was at Silverstone last year & witnessed Scott beat MM after an enthralling battle. That's my comparison. I hope the gap between factory & satellite reduces to give riders like Redding a realistic chance when they arrive in MotoGP! Though I think he will be suited to the 1000cc bikes and predict that he'll do well. Go on Scotty, I hope you can beat Pol and be the first British Champion since Barry Sheene!



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