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Matthew Birt  says:

Scott Redding: ‘I need to keep pounding the pressure on’

Scott Redding says it will be vital for him to keep piling the pressure on his Moto2 rivals when his quest to extend his world championship lead continues at the spectacular Mugello track in Italy this weekend. The British rider arrives in Tuscany brimming with confidence after he ended his long search for a Moto2 victory when he triumphed last time...

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Aug 09

Posts: 217

Good luck

To Scott and Cal + all the other Brits at Mugello this weekend. British Bike racing is on a high following LeMans and SBK & SSP at Donny. Keep it going lads. Success is a very good habit

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Jan 13

Posts: 163

RevNutz says:

Espargaro should retire

Yep, seems to me Espargaro has had it, he's only won one race and after that his best finish has been a 3rd, oh dear. Retirement beckons for anyone that should win and don't. Lorenzo's next after that mediocre performance in Le Mans.

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Jan 09

Posts: 165

simondick76 says:


Scott Redding is doing an excellent job so far in 2013 and hopefully he can keep it up for the remainder of the season. It's even more impressive due to his size. Moto2 is ultra competitive and great racing. Pol Espagaro is another great talent and should also be in GPs with Scott. The problem being that there are more riders than seats and if history is anything to go by the Spanish would be the preferred option before the Brits which is a shame. Going to the Catalunya GP in a few weeks and really looking forward to watching Scott take it to Pol on his home soil!!!! All the best Scott!!!

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Jun 11

Posts: 2558

PaceyCasey says:

Keep on doing what you're doing Scott. (thumbsup)

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Mar 09

Posts: 52

oily1984 says:

Just hoping this is the year it comes together for Scott. I always felt he left 125 too soon but his size left him with no choice. But if can maintain this level all season he should atleast be inline for a top Moto 2 ride again next year and if his sponsorship package is good MotoGP will be calling.

No predictions where though with Cal, Pol, Bradl and even Rabat is putting himself in contention alot will come down to luck and good timing. Either way hope for the best.

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May 12

Posts: 987

cornbowl says:


is improving his race craft, and with that win to his credit and pole position for tomorrow, he should increase his lead, good stuff Scott.

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