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August 30, 2015 8:44 PM
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MotoGP » Redding: Nice to know Ducati really want me

Ducati wanted Kent. You were their last resort. Let's not try to paint the portrait any other way. Everybody know's your lifeline is owed to Kent's refusal. Your one year deal is just long enough to give Kent a chance to run in Moto2, and then make the jump in 2017.....that's why the "option for 2017" is up to Ducati, not YOU. On the same token, if by mid next season Redding is inside of the top 10 and doing well, I'll be the first to congratulate him for a better performance on the Ducati. If he's still languishing outside of the top 10 on a near factory GP15 (basically the same bike Dovi and Iannone put on the podium multiple times this year),'ll be due to a lack of talent! Pramac already said they will have the final iteration of this year's bike, the excuse it "won't be the same bike"...which is uttered so often by a certain Redding fan, won't be applicable. It will, indeed, be the exact same bike.


August 30, 2015 8:12 PM
Last Edited 1 day 3 hours ago

MotoGP » Crutchlow: I wasn’t angry, just disappointed

Yearby23: myselff... Bradl was moping around with the Open bikes last year.... Cal has performed much better and has had the rule bending Ducati's to deal with also, something Bradl didn't have to fight against last year but lost to them anyway.
You must have watched an entirely different 2014 season than the rest of us. Bradl was outside of the top ten ONCE (a 16th place) other than his crashes. He was 4th three times, 5th two times, 7th four times, 8th once and 10th twice. Please remind me what Open bikes were moping around inside of the top 10 and fighting for podiums last year aside from Aleix. Cal has performed equal to Bradl's performance last year (crashes and all, but with a podium). Bradl ended 9th and Crutchlow is currently 10th. Bradl did even better in 2013.


August 30, 2015 8:21 PM

MotoGP » Scott Redding signs for Pramac Ducati

alanw5293: My point is that you didn't have to comment at're obsessed with Redding threads.You even did a race commentary on this thread?
Half of the people on this forum should refrain from commenting on some topics, including you, but that doesn't stop them nor you, so it is what it is. I was giving race commentary because it was the trending topic at the time of the race, and there weren't any other topics to comment on at that time. It was relevant considering that Petrucci was doing the business (bringing Redding and his absurd comments to the forefront). I love seeing Redding fail due to his mouth, but my initial comment wasn't a dig. I was actually giving him credit for staying on the bike, but defensive Redding fans have their panties in a bunch because he just hasn't done well this season and everybody is calling him out.


August 30, 2015 8:49 PM

MotoGP » Scott Redding signs for Pramac Ducati

46since96: Back up plan or not....I'd rather another hungry rider who is more in the Vinales mould. Someone who gets on the bike works hard and results start to show. He's been making the same noise every weekend with plenty of assuredness of someone with a few wins under his belt. I'm all for a look at me. But only due to their results doing the talking.
Well, many of the Moto2 guys were either reluctant or destined for other rides. Rabat will likely take Redding's vacated MVDS seat on the factory RCV. Kent declined the move in order to ride in Moto2 for a year. Rins is on track to venture into the Yamaha camp. Zarco was a bit reluctant to move up too. Pramac didn't really have much of a choice. If Kent had taken the ride, Rabat would have gone to MVDS, and who knows where Redding would have went. Probably back to an Open bike.

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