No, Scott is a racer, and he's getting on the podium in Moto2, unlike Sir Bradley, who is unable to achieve that, in his 2nd year it's downhill, and like that, as you know.
Redding and Smith are both 'racers'. Taking your preference for stats again, Redding has had one more year in Moto2 than Smith. Redding finished 8th in his first year, Smith 7th. Smith is currently 7th in his second year and could better that. Where was Redding in his second year - 15th - reference your 'downhill' comment
Between them they only have a handful of podiums, so the difference between them is hardly significant. You won't discuss or even entertain parity of equipment.
So back to stark stats, overall, Smith totally out performs Redding in terms of overall wins, podiums, poles and fastest laps.
What does it mean? - Nothing in reality as many factors contribute towards those results. But based upon the stark stats you use to pass judgement, Smith has out performed Redding.
On the Danny Kent thread you enthuse about his prospects, but look at his performance compared to his team mate who is winning the championship race. He's miles off Cortese. Why did he get the move up to Moto2? - there are others more worthy by your logic and reasoning...