Scott Redding secured his first WorldSBK win since race one at Estoril - 13 races ago, thanks to a dominating performance in Sunday’s final event. 

Redding came within +0.040s of winning race one after a titanic battle with Toprak Razgatlioglu, before taking second position again in the Superpole race. 

The Ducati rider started the weekend over 80 points down on championship leader Jonathan Rea, however, that gap has since been reduced to 50 points. 

But even so, Redding is not thinking about the championship just yet and instead wants to focus on maximising each weekend. 

Redding said: "I’m not thinking about the championship. I let that ship sail after I crashed out at Estoril and then had a terrible weekend at Donington. Misano wasn’t great. I just don’t even think about it. 

"I was getting a little bit uptight about it, and stressing, but I was like ‘you know what, he isn’t gaining anything’. Now I just take every weekend as it comes. 

"If I can’t win and I have to go for third, let it be third. That’s all I could do. As long as I go away from the weekend knowing I did everything possible from my side, I go away happy and not stressed because that kind of leads onto the next race and you start making more mistakes. 

"I came in here like I did in Assen. Relaxed, chilled, don’t even play music a few minutes before and go ride. Do what I do best and come away with the win. 

"It was a strong weekend and I was really hungry for it, like I always am, and had the bike under me to do it and that’s what makes the difference."