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


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Cubikrube... I agree that age is on Scott's side and that he has shown a glimmer of talent so far. He needs consistency first and foremost to be able to produce the results required to progress up the ranks. With Abraham its clear that money got him into MotoGP. Barbera got there thru' Aspar's clout with Dorna and Ducati. Crutchlow no idea... Hopefully 2012 rules will put another 4 or 5 bikes on the grid and a few from 2011 will become vacant (Elias's probably one of them) But there are many good riders from Moto2 and WSBK chasing those seats and i really don't see Redding with a chance just yet. 2013???



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