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Matthew Birt  says:

Scott Redding passed fit to start practice in Japan

Scott Redding has been declared fit to start practice for this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix tomorrow after coming through a painful medical examination at the Twin Ring Motegi earlier. The 20-year-old is fighting to keep his Moto2 world title hopes alive after he suffered a broken left wrist in a qualifying crash five days ago during the Australian round at Phillip...

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cornbowl

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cornbowl says:

The whole

MotoGP grids are full of Spanish riders, Scott has to go for it, it's as near as he's going to get to a title, for a long time, fortunes change and anything can happen, look at BSB. wow. 

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Eddy998

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Eddy998 says:

Go!!!

 for it Scott!!!! It's not over until the fat lady sings!!!!! Ciao

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CHRainmaker

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CHRainmaker says:

Soup's is a righteous brother indeed..

 ..however, the reason why Scott needs to push himself until the very end does concern next years ride. He has to prove to himself he's worthy of a Moto GP ride ( even though we may already think he is ) and is capable of beating the likes of Pol and Bradl and even Marquez. The confidence a championship will give him can't be overstated..

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vds45

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vds45 says:

robdylan

I see you're still being rude about Scott Redding can you tell me why  ? you never have nothing good to say do you why are you such a sad man it is nobler fault your mother is a whore. stop taking it out on everybody else

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ThePornstar

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ThePornstar says:

Gimp.

 Yeah, I'm sane(ish) and I'd bet that the over-rated Pol will sling it up the road and put Scott down for a top 5.

Setting up and nice chance for Scotty to smash the gimp on his home track.

 

 

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jonnyrocket

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jonnyrocket says:

Redding...

let's hope scott can get some help to keep the title alive, kallio should get in amongst them and help his team mate, this is the best chance for a british rider to win a title in this series for donkeys years, you should all be behind him?! i don't understand the negative comments, is it a british thing?  if it rains gino rea will be up there too...hope scott can get permission to ride on the day.

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Firebird3

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Firebird3 says:

 If Scott Redding was from the valleys and was into shagging sheep, then NobDylan would be sucking up to his ass quicker than Elton Johns rentboys.     It's usually CC that he has a fixation for, but now has started with Scott.........no homegrown talent to cheer on, so there must be some jealousy of the English I suppose.

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vmax4steve

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vmax4steve says:

Sit the rest of the season out Scott, it's over. Motogp ride confirmed for next season so if possible turn up at Valencia and give the Honda proddie a good run and stuff it to Pol on the Tech3 M1.

Broken wrist or not the title was going Pol's way anyhow, failure to qualify on the front row for too many races put the pressure on, forcing the accident and the injury and the excuse to lose is now a reality. It's a shame but that's how it goes.

The thing is now to concentrate on next season and maybe have a real good go at getting Dani's ride for 2015, after all you've already proved you can take it to Marquez in Moto2, and that was before the weight rule was brought in.

As an aside, why on earth wasn't that arm pump op done in pre season ??????

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