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Matthew Birt  says:

Qatar MotoGP: Scott Redding second in Moto2 opener

British rider Scott Redding came close to creating a slice of history for himself in Qatar tonight when he finished second fastest in the first ever official Moto2 practice session. The Marc VDS Racing rider looked like he would head a 40-strong field in the new 600cc four-stroke class when he led the session with just three minutes remaining. A...

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  • Posted 5 years ago (09 April 2010 20:33)

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Jun 09

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li4mc says:


Great to see Scott up the top end! Can't wait for Moto2 to start!

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Dec 08

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boybilly1967 says:

Great stuff from young Scott, Marc VDS Racing knew what they were doing when they signed him.

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Mar 09

Posts: 5416

Nostrodamus says:

This boy can ride!

Redding really is the great British hope for the future, much more so than Smith. I feel that Scott may just have that x-factor to take him far in this sport. Having Kiwi Pete Benson in his corner is a real boon too in helping him understand the intricacies of machine set-up with methodical work practices. De Angelis on top is no surprise either. He is my pick for the title, lottery that it is at this stage.

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