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Liam Marsden  says:

Mugello MotoGP: Redding takes second pole of season

Moto2 championship leader Scott Redding took his second pole position of the season - the only Moto2 rider to do so in 2013 - at the Mugello circuit today. The Marc VDS rider, from Gloucestershire, took pole position with a fastest time of 1'52.958. Redding was the only rider to lap under the 1'53 mark. Takaaki Nakagami will start from second on the...

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Hedgehog5

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Hedgehog5 says:

Convincingly!

His closest rival at the back of row 2 & the others are way back... & he was fastest for all of the back end of the session... I'm becoming increasingly impressed with this new Scott... good job!

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leecho

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leecho says:

great

ride again scott.

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WillRTW

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WillRTW says:

Jarvis

must be so pleased with himself.... WTF is going on....

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PaceyCasey

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PaceyCasey says:

Solid stuff

Well done. All the best for the race.

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bluehaze60

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bluehaze60 says:

British world champions ?

With redding doing well in moto 2 along with crutchlow in moto gp & the likes of hon McPhee & Danny Webb in moto 3 ,I'd like to say a big thanks to bt for taking this away from Eurosport & the bbc, thanks a lot you suck!!!!

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73mach3

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73mach3 says:

crystal ball

i think jarvis needs a new one! look at the guys yamaha is picking and the ones there missing!

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

The Redding rule

Is certainly paying dividends for the great Scott, so kudos to him and his team for forcing it through and backing it up result wise. Michael Bartholemy has obviously had a very positive influence in the maturity of Scott as a rider and as a young man, bringing real professionalism in Scott's approach to the task, augmenting his incredible natural talent. But by the sandal wearer from Galilee would someone please send Scott to elocution lessons. He couldn't sound more of a knuckle dragging pro footballer if he tried.

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ratchetman

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ratchetman says:

Wait till Rossi runs a team

I remember when Scott won his 125 race in Britain. A certain Valantino Rossi said this boy is going places, he wasnt far wrong. Pity Rossi isnt running his own team he would sign Scott tomorow. Hopefully Paul Denning will offer him a ride at Suzuki. Looking at the future for British riders I dont think its ever been better with what Tom Sykes and Sam Lowes are doing in WSB and WSS and Cal Crutchlow in MOTOGP. Four of the top ten riders in the world are British   

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RevNutz

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RevNutz says:

Good luck

Like in Austin he was very quick over one lap, but over race distance, his weight disadvantage means he uses his tyres more than other people, so I reckon a win will be very hard tommorow. However, Nakagami hasn't exactly proved himself to be quick over race distance either, or Schrotter, maybe Scott can pull a gap early on and manage his tyres from there. I just want an exiting Moto2 race, they've been a bit lacklustre this year.

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carloslavado

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carloslavado says:

Scott's got this win sorted. Jus't look how much he's got on Mika Kallio. Who is a more than decent rider in this Moto2 field. I can't wait for Redding to ride in motoGp. Bradl did good today in qualifying, but if he keeps messing up on Sunday, Scott could be in for that LCR ride. Agree with RevNutz, moto2 races this season are not great .

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