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Liam Marsden  says:

Mugello MotoGP: Redding takes second Moto2 win in a row

Brit Scott Redding took his second Moto2 victory in a row at Mugello to increase his lead in the championship. The Marc VDS rider won by 2.175 seconds to become the first Brit to to take back-to-back victories in the intermediate class since 1971. It was Italtrans rider Takaaki Nakagami who was quickest off the line and led for the first few...

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May 13

Posts: 153

WillRTW says:

Of all the Brits

currently doing so well in top flight bike racing (CC, SR, Sykes, M Laverty, E laverrty, Lowes etc) you got to say this kid in particular, with his age.... could have the ultimate prize in his grasp before too long :)) I will be keeping everything crossed for you Scotty.

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Apr 13

Posts: 14

markredding says:


What a great intelligent ride Scott did on Sunday again. Pressurized Nakagami to the point he was riding beyond his limit and then Terol through in the towel as the pace was too hot for him. Espagaro showed signs of improvement but I am thinking it is too late. Nice touch for Scott to give Espagaro the stare coming into line. I hope this settles Scott down now the title is his to lose!! Crutchlow again showing class as well always keeps his chin up and soldiers on, had his rewards after reckless Marquez throws it away. Won't win championships like that, should take this year to learn and stay behind the greats such as Lorenzo and Pedrosa! Silverstone could possibly have two brits on the top podium in both classes!!

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Mar 09

Posts: 52

oily1984 says:

Got to like Scott for the title this year now, before this race I was 50-50 but now I'm convinced he has everything for the title and not just a title push. Roll on Barca looking forward to another podium maybe even a win from Scott.

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Mar 08

Posts: 315

vmax4steve says:

New construction front tyre

apparently has Espargaro in a bit of a strop. Some like it but he is one of the ones that doesn't. Nostro is right about that weight rule making it more equal for Scott and the the new front tyre doesn't seem to have dented his elbow down style either so one wonders what the problem could be with Espargaro. I think Aleix just may be the better rider and more deserving of a better Motogp ride than his little brother.

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May 13

Posts: 153

WillRTW says:

enitrely agree about

Aleix... he deserves Cal's seat far more than Pol... I would also then like to see Laverty get Aleix's bike, he deserves a half decent ride the way his entry into MotGP has gone to date... which has been a big, but nice surprise to me I have to say...!

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Jun 11

Posts: 2564

PaceyCasey says:


Aleix... he deserves Cal's seat far more than Pol...


I get where you're coming from bud but this scenario should only happen if Cal moved into the works team. I know it won't happen despite my prayers, but boy would I like to see it.

Sport and politics eh? I friggin' hate it.

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