Scott Redding says he is fired up for the second-half of the 2015 MotoGP World Championship season after using the summer break to reflect and learn from a difficult start to the year.

Despite the move onto factory-specification Honda machinery for the 2015 season, Redding has struggled to adapt to the Marc VDS-prepared RC213V and counts just two top ten finishes from the opening half of the year.

As a measure of his troubles, Redding has scored fewer points at the half-way stage in the season than he did at this point last year on the Open classification Gresini Honda.

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However, Redding feels progress was beginning to be made at the pre-summer break German Grand Prix, while the brief hiatus has given him a chance to learn from his problems. With this in mind, Redding is looking forward to getting back on the bike at the Indianapolis Grand Prix.

"I really like the Indianapolis circuit, especially with the changes they've made to make it more flowing. It's always been one of my favourites on the MotoGP calendar. The summer break has given us the opportunity to think about the first half of the season.

"It wasn't the start we wanted, but at the Sachsenring we definitely made a step, so I hope in Indy we can start where we left off and continue to make improvements to the bike, my lap time and my consistency. I actually feel more confident now I've had some time away from the paddock, so I'm looking forward to the weekend ahead."