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Scott Redding's 2015 Marc VDS Honda MotoGP race livery.
Scott Redding's Marc VDS Honda MotoGP race livery was unveiled during a team presentation in Madrid on Thursday.

The 22-year-old Englishman previously spent four seasons with the Belgian team in Moto2, leading the championship for much of 2013 before leaving to make his MotoGP debut on an Open class Honda at Gresini last season.

But when it became clear that Gresini was switching to Aprilia for 2015, Marc VDS worked flat out to secure the factory-class RC213V for Redding and thus complete its own long-awaited move to MotoGP.

Redding was ranked 17th and 16th in terms of best lap time during the pair of Sepang pre-season tests, as he and his newly assembled team worked methodically to understand the RCV.

One more pre-season test remains before the new season starts at the Losail circuit on March 29.

Today's launch also saw the unveiling of the Marc VDS Moto2 and Monlau Competicion Moto3 machines which, like Redding's MotoGP project, feature title sponsorship from Estrella Galicia 0,0. is at today's launch in Spain - CLICK HERE for the latest...

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