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May 11, 2015 5:11 PM

MotoGP » ‘Positive’ end to poor weekend for Redding

MikoGP:"Sorry, my only question is... Why is Scott Redding so highly rated? He's had 3 Wins in like 7-8 years of GP racing, and what like 3 top tens in motogp in more than a year? And people are still trying to compare him to Marquez? I just don't get it..." Anwser: Scott is highly rated because he was fighting at the sharp end of the most fiercely contested championship (Moto 2) during an era when the competition was recognised as being very high. Scott became a regular podium finisher and in 2013 very nearly won the Championship. During that time he beat, at certain venues, the likes of Marquez/Crazy Joe/Pol/Tito etc. Last year Scott's bike was not competitive so forget last year altogether, although he did finish first practice at Silverstone in 6th ahead of Pedrosa. What exactly don't you get? This is racing. I acknowledge this years results to date, have not been what you'd expect. Though I'm hopeful that Scott will succeed once the base set up and conditions suit. We


April 17, 2015 12:04 PM

MotoGP » Redding surprised by Espargaro reaction

Crash are just milking this one now. Time to move on, it was a racing incident. Big shame though as Scott had finally shown front running pace on that Honda. I reckon he'll shut up a few of the critics over the co**** of the season and prove that with his dedication and natural skills he fully deserves that works Honda. Less of the criticism, more respect... Scott will do more of his talking on the track. Crash just grabbed this quote as they like all the flood of comments.. Go #45

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