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Matthew Birt  says:

US MotoGP: Rossi Backs Redding

Valentino Rossi backs Scott Redding for Ducati switch Valentino Rossi might be close to ending his dismal spell at Ducati, but the Italian legend has backed rising British star Scott Redding’s potential move to the Bologna factory in 2013. Gloucestershire teenager Redding has been linked with a new Ducati ‘junior’ team for next season that could be run by his Marc...

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ZEPH1100

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ZEPH1100 says:

picture of Scott

not sure if this will work, but this picture was taken off twitter

yfrog.com/nudwfyoj

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mickdel

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mickdel says:

Scott

is a class act.  What he has achieved in moto 2 given his size,  is nothing short of outstanding.   He is exciting to watch,  and deserves to be given a chance to show what he can do in motogp.   I hope it comes off for him.  He easily, imho, outshone Bradders in 125 and moto2,  and deserves a yam rather than a dodgy duke.   I'd back him to hand nicky hayden his arse on a plate if he does take the poisoned chalice.

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Bultoboy says:

Iannone

No reports yet of Iannone's test on the Ducati. Be interesting to see how they compare if anyone ever reports on it...

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ZEPH1100

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Bultoboy

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Bultoboy says:

Thanks for that

Surprised none of the other sites have any report of his test, especially with Ducati being high in the news stakes at the moment

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buelligan272

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buelligan272 says:

career buster

If Ducati wants to promote a junior team they already have two young, willing and already popular riders ready to take their chance on what is widely considered to be a career buster.

Widely considered by the majority apart from some on here who are adamant it's the riders at fault!
Guaranteed more will fail until the bike is improved.


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SPIKER40

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SPIKER40 says:

Scotts the man

If Scott can secure a seat on the Desomsedici, i'm sure he would do well as he's brave, hungry and fearless; probably some of the qualities that you need to ride that missile.

I reacon that Scott will produce better results that Bradley; Scotts the man!

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