9th - Scott ReddingAverage score out of ten: 6.1Team: Go&Fun Honda GresiniBike: RCV1000R (Open)Wins: 0Open class wins: 1Podiums: 0Poles: 0Fastest Laps: 0Championship position: 12th out of 27Open Championship position: 2nd out of 13

It was a case of mission accomplished for MotoGP rookie Scott Redding, the young Englishman finishing the season as the top RCV1000R rider and securing a Factory class RC213V seat for 2015.

With a notable lack of power on the Open Honda forcing its riders to admit early Open class defeat to Forward Yamaha's Aleix Espargaro, Redding was still the breakout performer on the machine.

Adapting to MotoGP with aplomb, Redding failed to score just twice and finished as high as seventh - the bike's best result - twice. Redding even managed to outpace Factory team-mate Alvaro Bautista on occasions (both running Showa rather than Ohlins suspension) and finished just one place behind the Spaniard in the final standings.

About the vote:
Rather than repeat the Riders' World Championship standings, the MotoGP Star of the Year poll asks viewers to take into account factors such as machinery, performance relative to a team-mate, riding style, experience, injuries, progress and personality just as much as race results.

Over 50,000 votes were cast for the 2014 Crash.net MotoGP Star of the Year poll, where viewers awarded each of this year's full-time participants - only Colin Edwards, who retired during the season, was not included - with a mark out of ten.
2014 MotoGP Star of the Year: Results so far9th Scott Redding GBR Go&Fun Honda Gresini 6.110th Bradley Smith GBR Monster Yamaha Tech 3 5.7Full ranking featuring all 22 full-season riders to be revealed alongside the winner.

Scott Redding in the Crash.net MotoGP Star of the Year pollMotoGP Star of the Year 2013: N/AMotoGP Star of the Year 2012: N/AMotoGP Star of the Year 2011: N/AMotoGP Star of the Year 2010: N/AMotoGP Star of the Year 2009: N/AMotoGP Star of the Year 2008: N/A



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