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Scott Redding

Posted: Wed Oct 03, 2018 6:27 pm
by Vmax666
Great to see Scott in the british series
Think it will do him good and being in possibly the top team allow him to get back to winning ways and enjoy himself

Re: Scott Redding

Posted: Thu Oct 11, 2018 9:18 am
by Vmax666
And with a fast team mate
Looks like another pbm dominant year next year
I hope all the other teams improve to provide some great racing

Re: Scott Redding

Posted: Thu Oct 11, 2018 2:36 pm
by MiniNinjaMk5
Will be great to see Scott on competitive machinery, although can't help but feel an opportunity has been lost with not going to Moto2 and the level playing field the new Triumph will provide.
I think really now it's going to be down to Scott, and what version of him we get for the series.

Also interesting to see how the Ducati V4 turns out - will they hit the ground with both legs running or take a while to hit the mark? It's far from certain, although as the best-funded team on the grid they stand a better job than anyone of making a run of it.

Re: Scott Redding 2019

Posted: Sun Apr 21, 2019 2:43 am
by Apical
Would you believe Scott Redding qualified on the front row for the first round. I was pleasantly surprised.
https://www.britishsuperbike.com/news/m ... front-row/
Well done Tarran Mackenzie, pole position! Aussie Jason O'Halloran second, Go McAMS Yamaha!

Looks like the Ducati V4R is going to work in BSB. Not quite as quick as the Yamaha M1s at the little Silverstone National circuit Length, 2.638 km (1.639 mi). Six Turns, count 'em 6.

Looks like Scott is spending more time at the track & less time in the hairdressers.
S.R's team mate 2015 BSB champ Josh Brookes was quick in fp1 on the new Duc, had a problem in qualifying & will start 18th.

Tommy Bridewell also fairly rapid on the Ducati V4R starts from 7th on the grid.

Hoping for some good racing, not much else on this weekend.

Re: Scott Redding mixed results

Posted: Mon Apr 22, 2019 12:52 am
by Apical
Scott Redding had a decent result in race 1, not so hot in race two.

Mixed results for the Ducatis at Silverstone. Two ducs in the top five in race 1. A fourth in race two, then the next Ducati was way down in 16th.
Tommy Bridewell 3rd in the championship on the Oxford Products Moto Rapido Ducati.

Good mix of manufacturers at the front.

Re: Scott Redding

Posted: Mon Apr 22, 2019 9:13 am
by Vmax666
I was surprised to hear Scott he had broken a thigh 4 weeks ago and still did ok
No wonder he looked in pain after his come off

Re: Scott Redding

Posted: Mon Apr 22, 2019 6:17 pm
by AntG23985
Vmax666 wrote:I was surprised to hear Scott he had broken a thigh 4 weeks ago and still did ok
No wonder he looked in pain after his come off
I believe it was a pit bike accident which caused it.

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I hope this is ok to share on here as it's all things motorcycle racing.

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Congratulations Scott Redding

Posted: Sun May 26, 2019 12:46 am
by Apical
Round three Donington national circuit, Race one winner Scott Redding. WOW ! I had my doubts.

BSB seems to be very competitive this season. Times are very close in practice & qualifying. Haven't seen the race, just the results

Well done S.R. 45 & the Be Wiser Ducati team!

Re: Scott Redding

Posted: Sun May 26, 2019 8:07 pm
by Vmax666
Well done Scott. Looking forward to see how he gets on at brands next.
He just needs to carry on getting good results to make sure he is in the showdown

Re: Scott Redding

Posted: Sun May 26, 2019 10:06 pm
by Fingernails
I too had my doubts, and thought that this would be a learning year for Redding. Clearly not.

Well done Scott.