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Matthew Birt  says:

Scott Redding seizes Moto2 points lead

Scott Redding scored his first pole position in Texas and now leads a world championship category for the first time in his career after he secured a hard fought fifth place at the Circuit of the Americas (COTA). A first Moto2 win though still eludes the 20-year-old after chronic front and rear grip issues saw him fall out of the lead...

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BennytheRev

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BennytheRev says:

Indeed Mark ...

... a win would be nice just to break the 4 year long win-less streak. Yeh!!!! Go Scott!!!!!

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markredding

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markredding says:

Rev

I have tried to discuss this with you in a professional. educated and unbiased manner but when conversing with an A** H**** you always seem to get Sh*t out! Come back to the forum when you have something constructive to say not just to wind up British rider fans! By the way Rev what nationality are you?

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BennytheRev

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BennytheRev says:

Careful Mark ...

... you're slipping into Uncle vds45 dirty ways. What's the matter? Struggling to understand why, after 4 years of nothing, some people find it hard to keep the faith in Redding? So Scott is British? So what? Wander off to Wiki and face the facts. As the Bartman said recently in MCN:  "We will supply him with the best bike we possibly can but in the end it is up to him to turn the throttle." 

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markredding

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markredding says:

Rev he is my brother not uncle! I am wondering if you have ever turned a throttle!

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BennytheRev

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BennytheRev says:

Mark ...

... sorry, but I'm losing track of you all - it must be the abuse?????

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

Not sure about a throttle..but he's definitely twisted the ears of a few sheep holding on for grim death.

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BennytheRev

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BennytheRev says:

Talking of knuckle draggers ...

... here's another one poking his nose through the cat's flaps. 

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Bullshrimp

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Bullshrimp says:

I have watched Scott for the past few years with great interest and I think he has turned a corner 2013 and will be a genuine title contender this year. He looked great in practice at Texas, fast, smooth and very commited. We knew tyre wear would be an issue for him at that circuit but instead of pushing too hard and falling off he brought the thing home for some very valuable points. If he does manage to get a win or 2 then I think we will see what he is really capable of and I geniunely believe that could happen. As for the doubters, that's their opinion they are entitled to them. I look forward to seeing Scott making them look rather silly throughout the course of this year. Yes, I do like to support him because he's British but also because he's good!

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ACEEDSTORM

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ACEEDSTORM says:

Nice one Scott.It was obvious he was having some serious probs but he kept at it & stuck in there,dead chuffed for him.

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walter54

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walter54 says:

I just think that he's a great rider that's far too big for the bike he rides, would someone please put a full size MotoGP bike underneath him for a season or two. Best of luck to Scott either way.

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