MotoGP » Moto2: Redding’s boss demands ‘drastic change’


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This must be so demoralising for Scott as he is normally up there battling for the podium! It was pretty obvious in Quatar that something was wrong.To find nothing has changed in Jerez means serious work has to be done if Scott stands any chance of riding the way we know he can!! I hope the bike can be sorted for the next round as Scott is one of the best things in Moto2.



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