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Is Scott Redding a hero for riding this weekend?

Moto2 championship hopeful Scott Redding has been declared fit for this weekend's Moto2 race in Motegi - is he a hero?

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  • Posted 328 days ago (24 October 2013 16:52)

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Aug 02

Posts: 79

davetrousers says:

Dear MCN, please can we have a survey every time a rider races with an injury.  Thanks

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Jul 13

Posts: 39

phantombiker says:

If he wants the smallest

sniff at the WC he has little choice.


Still a hero in my book.


I do wish though that his friends would tell him how silly he looks wearing two caps at the same time.

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Apr 13

Posts: 73

Bullshrimp says:

Going to be very difficult but...

....he has to try, Moto2 world titles are hard to come by. What if Pol fails to finishes either of the last 2 races? Odds are stacked well against him but you have to admire his spirit. Just hope he stays upright tomorrow, another fall could be really bad news. It's going to be very difficult but it's not over yet.

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Mar 07

Posts: 3182

weasel64 says:

good on ya scott

it's a long shot but it's not impossible ( not likely but not impossible )


good luck tomorrow young man , Britian's rooting for you

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Jul 06

Posts: 13

daboat says:

ha ha ha

Dylan you ****! Redding fell apart as you told us???? The fact that he was wrecking tyres every week and struggling to be competitive in the latter stages. I personallt don't think he is a hero for competeing in Montegi but he had no choice really. Do it or lose the title anyway. I was absolutely appalled at the slating Bradley Smith had at the end of last season for getting the tech 3 ride so I think his latest results have sufficiently shut you up.



Brave? yes! Heroic? no



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Jan 09

Posts: 57

ichabod says:


Not sure who comes up with those questions, but a "Hero" is somebody that does something awesome for humanity. "Brave" would be more my choice of a word.

Why would somebody be a "Hero" if he was declared fit to race??????... an appalling stupid survey approved by a 5 year old.....horrible.


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Jun 12

Posts: 10

nigelg79 says:

A racer, not a hero

I wouldn't go so far as saying he's a hero - he hasn't saved anyone! But he is a racer and this is what they do - it would destroy him to simply watch on the side of the track so if he can, he will race and see what happens.

Sadly it didn't work out but he had to try.

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