Scott Redding
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Scott Redding

1993-01-04 (age 28)
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Redding questions Ducati's decision to replace Davies

Scott Redding has questioned the wisdom of the Ducati World Superbike team's decision to replace Chaz Davies with Michael Ruben Rinaldi for the 2021 season.

Redding wanted to "prove a point" with Magny-Cours win

Ducati rider Scott Redding says he “wanted to prove a point” by defeating Jonathan Rea in a straight fight and winning the final World Superbike race at Magny-Cours.

Redding relieved to get "tough" Portimao weekend over with

Scott Redding says he is relieved after a “tough” World Superbike Championship weekend at Portimao, having secured a podium at a track that didn’t suit the strengths of the Ducati.

Portimao WSBK: Rea grabs pole, Redding crashes

Kawasaki rider Jonathan Rea grabbed pole position for the Portugal World Superbike round, while championship leader Scott Redding was only eighth after an early crash.

Redding wanted to "prove a point" in Jerez finale

Scott Redding says he wanted to "prove a point" with his early pass on Jonathan Rea in Sunday's Jerez World Superbike finale, as he scored his first victories in the series for Ducati.

Jerez WSBK: Redding grabs first pole, Lowes crashes

Scott Redding snatched his maiden World Superbike pole by 0.034 seconds from Jonathan Rea at Jerez, while championship leader Alex Lowes was 14th after a crash.

Redding: Aprilia was like an "empty void" in 2018

Scott Redding says the Aprilia MotoGP team was like an “empty void” in 2018, two years on from his disastrous final premier-class campaign with the Italian manufacturer.

Redding: Comparisons with Bautista aren't valid

Scott Redding says his size means comparisons with Alvaro Bautista aren't valid after completing his first World Superbike race weekend for Ducati.

Redding relieved to score podium on WSBK debut Phillip Island
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Redding relieved to score podium on WSBK debut

Scott Redding says he was relieved to finish his debut World Superbike race on the podium after narrowly losing out on victory at Phillip Island.

Redding: Bautista cost himself 2019 WSBK crown

Scott Redding says that his Ducati predecessor Alvaro Bautista's failure to take the World Superbike title last year was primarily down to the Spanish rider himself.

Ducati reveals 2020 World Superbike livery

Ducati has revealed a revised livery for the 2020 World Superbike season, its second with the Panigale V4 R bike.

Davies: Redding's size a "big advantage" for me

Chaz Davies says having Scott Redding as his teammate in Ducati's factory World Superbike operation will be a "big advantage" because the two British riders are a similar weight and height to each other.

Redding tops rain-affected Aragon WSBK test

Ducati newcomer Scott Redding set the pace during this week's two-day World Superbike post-season test at Aragon.

Haslam: WSBK will suit Redding better than BSB

Ducati's Scott Redding will have an easier time in World Superbike than in the British series because of his MotoGP background, believes reigning BSB champion Leon Haslam.

Redding joins Ducati's World Superbike line-up

Former MotoGP rider Scott Redding will join the factory Ducati team in the World Superbike series in 2020, the outfit has announced.

Ducati confirms Bautista split, set to sign Redding

Ducati boss Paolo Ciabatti has confirmed Alvaro Bautista will leave its World Superbike team at the end of the year, and is set to sign ex-MotoGP rider Scott Redding to replace him.

Ducati admits chances of keeping Bautista now minimal

The chances that Alvaro Bautista will remain part of the Ducati World Superbike team past this year have been “reduced to a flicker”, according to the Italian manufacturer’s sporting director Paolo Ciabatti.

Redding scores first British Superbike win at Donington

Former MotoGP rider Scott Redding took his first victory in the British Superbike champion in the fifth race of the season at Donington Park.

Redding picks up debut podium in British Superbikes

Former MotoGP rider Scott Redding opened his 2019 British Superbike campaign with what he described as a “not deserved” podium finish at Silverstone.

Riders "insane" to pay for grand prix seats - Redding

Former MotoGP rider Scott Redding says it is “insane” that some of his grand prix racing peers pay as much as they do for their seats.

Departing Redding won't miss MotoGP "attitudes"

Scott Redding says he won't miss the "atmosphere" of MotoGP and "the general attitude" within the series after he departs for British Superbikes.

Redding firms up British Superbike 2019 switch

Aprilia MotoGP rider Scott Redding will switch to British Superbikes next year, it has been announced.

Is there any hope for Britain's bleak MotoGP future? Prime

Is there any hope for Britain's bleak MotoGP future?

British representation on the MotoGP grid will shrink to just one rider - Cal Crutchlow - in 2019, and he's made it clear he won't be around long-term. But there are reasons to believe the drought will be brief.

Redding reveals he lost out on Moto2 ride to Luthi

Scott Redding has revealed he came close to signing a deal to join leading Moto2 squad Intact GP before he was beaten to the ride by Tom Luthi.

Redding accepts his "time in MotoGP is over"

Aprilia MotoGP rider Scott Redding says he must "accept" that his time in grand prix motorcycling's top tier is over as he continues to weigh up where to race in 2019.

Redding "felt dangerous" to other riders in Misano race

Aprilia's Scott Redding said he felt like a danger to his fellow MotoGP riders in the Misano race, which he described as “another punch in the face”.

Redding should pick Moto2 over WSBK - Hodgson

BT Sport pundit and ex-MotoGP rider Neil Hodgson believes Scott Redding is better off in Moto2 next season rather than World Superbikes.

Aprilia still "suffering the consequences" of signing Lowes

Aprilia MotoGP boss Romano Albesiano believes the Italian marque is still “suffering the consequences” of signing Sam Lowes in 2017.

Redding apologises to Aprilia for Austria outburst

Scott Redding has issued an apology to Aprilia for describing the Italian manufacturer's MotoGP bike as a "piece of s***" after last weekend's Austrian Grand Prix.

Redding describes Aprilia bike as "piece of s***"

Aprilia MotoGP rider Scott Redding has described his RS-GP machine as a “piece of s***” following his 20th place finish in Sunday’s Austrian Grand Prix.

Redding was "destroying mind" trying to hone Aprilia

Aprilia MotoGP rider Scott Redding says he was “breaking down” under the pressure of trying to improve the bike before he knew he would not ride it in 2019.

Redding weighing up Aprilia MotoGP test role

Aprilia MotoGP rider Scott Redding says he is weighing up an offer to remain with the outfit in a test rider role next year.

Redding concerned for post-MotoGP future

Aprilia rider Scott Redding admits he is concerned about his longer-term prospects in motorcycle racing, with the Brit expected to leave MotoGP and doubting he'll have a chance to return.

Redding and Lowes Aprilia woes "million dollar question"

Aprilia MotoGP rider Aleix Espargaro says the struggles of his British teammates Sam Lowes and Scott Redding on the RS-GP bike are “a million dollar question”.

Redding learned of Aprilia split from "social media"

Scott Redding says he found out that he would not be retained by the Aprilia MotoGP outfit for 2019 from “social media”.

Aprilia confirms Iannone will replace Redding

Aprilia has officially announced that Andrea Iannone will replace Scott Redding in its MotoGP factory team next year.

Mugello MotoGP: Top photos from Friday

Motorsport.com's selection of MotoGP pictures from Friday practice of the Italian Grand Prix.

Espargaro urges Aprilia to retain Redding for 2019

Aprilia MotoGP rider Aleix Espargaro wants the Italian manufacturer to retain the struggling Scott Redding as his teammate for next year.

Redding 'lost his mind' amid Le Mans pressure

Aprilia MotoGP rider Scott Redding admits he 'lost his mind' during last weekend's French Grand Prix amid the pressure to show he deserves to retain his seat.

Petrucci has Aprilia offer, is waiting on Dovizioso

Danilo Petrucci says he has a contract offer from the Aprilia MotoGP team, but reckons he is among several riders having to wait for the outcome of Andrea Dovizioso's Ducati talks.

Aprilia doesn't need a satellite team, riders insist

Aprilia MotoGP riders Aleix Espargaro and Scott Redding say they would prefer the Italian marque to continue without signing a satellite team for 2019.

Redding fears time “running out” to prove himself to Aprilia

Scott Redding believes his “time is running out” to prove himself to Aprilia for next season, just four races into his MotoGP stint with the Italian marque.

Redding "risked life for nothing" in dismal qualifying

Aprilia's Scott Redding feels he was risking his life "for nothing” during MotoGP's qualifying at Jerez, after problems with traction on his RS-GP relegated him to last place.

Redding confident of avoiding Lowes' Aprilia fate

Scott Redding believes he can avoid the fate of his Aprilia predecessor Sam Lowes because of his greater MotoGP experience.

Argentina MotoGP: Marquez leads Honda 1-2 in wet warm-up

Reigning MotoGP champion Marc Marquez dominated the wet-weather Sunday warm-up session ahead of the Argentine Grand Prix at Termas de Rio Hondo.

Analysis: Who needs what weather in MotoGP's Argentina race

After a hectic first two days at MotoGP's Argentine Grand Prix, David Gruz analyses who can feature at the sharp end in Sunday's race.

Espargaro: Aprilia has to improve bike to keep me

Aleix Espargaro says Aprilia has to improve its MotoGP bike to keep him past the end of his current contract.

Gallery: The full 2018 MotoGP grid

The 2018 MotoGP season begins this weekend at Qatar's Losail International Circuit. We run you through the 24-strong grid.

Espargaro prefers consistency to “dream” Aprilia podium

Aprilia's Aleix Espargaro is aiming for a more consistent MotoGP campaign in 2018 than the one he had last year, rather than achieving one standout result.

Aprilia "overestimated itself" when it signed Lowes

Aprilia racing manager Romano Albesiano admits the Italian MotoGP manufacturer “overestimated” its capacity when it recruited Sam Lowes for 2017.

Aprilia reveals its 2018 MotoGP livery

Aprilia has unveiled the 2018 livery for its MotoGP bike, which will be ridden by Aleix Espargaro and Scott Redding.

Aprilia delays new MotoGP engine to Qatar race

Aprilia has been forced to delay introducing its latest specification of MotoGP engine until the opening round of the season in Qatar.

Six MotoGP riders who need a big year in 2018

Motorsport.com's team of MotoGP writers examines which riders are most in need of a big season in 2018.

Redding felt no "emotional attachment" to Pramac

Scott Redding admits he has had no emotional attachment to the Pramac Ducati team he has raced with for the last two MotoGP seasons.

Redding expected "demanding" Aprilia to be "easier"

Scott Redding says he expected Aprilia's MotoGP bike to be "easier to ride" than the Ducati and admits the RS-GP is "very demanding".

Gallery: Top picks of the action from the Australian MotoGP

As has been the case in several editions before, the Australian MotoGP did not fail to impress when it came ot the action.

Redding: MotoGP was "finished for me" before Aprilia offer

Scott Redding has admitted that his MotoGP career looked to be "finished" before he received an offer to join Aprilia for the 2018 season.

Misano MotoGP: Top photos from the race

Motorsport.com's selection of photos from Sunday's San Marino GP at Misano.

Misano MotoGP: Top photos from Saturday

Our selection of photos from Saturday's running of MotoGP San Marino Grand Prix.

MotoGP stars back "dangerous" training despite Rossi injuries

Leading MotoGP riders insist that "dangerous" training on a motorcycle between race weekends is a necessity, following the crash that has all but ended Valentino Rossi's 2017 title challenge.