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Scott Redding

Birthday15. Jänner 1993
BirthplaceGloucester (England)
Height186 cm
Weight81 kg
Race Number45
Now aged 26, Redding was just 15 when he first stepped into MotoGP paddock to complete 125 cc world Championship. Scoring the fastest lap of his debut race, it took him just eight to win for the first time, as he conquered Donington Park to become the youngest race-winner in Grand Prix history a record which he held for over a decade. That year, Redding finished as Rookie of the Year, ahead Marc Marquez. In 2010, Redding stepped up to Moto2, takeng two posium in his first year. A switch from Suter to Kalex machinery in 2012 would be key to his development, as he instantly became a championship contender, just losing out on the title in 2013 after an injury-blighted end of season. The Englishman then moved up to the premier class in 2014, a series he would settle in for a full five seasons. In the 2016 and 2017 season, Scott Redding rode the Ducati DesmosediciGP of Pramac Racing conquering a 3rd place in Assen. Following the 2018 season with Aprilia, Redding moved back home to the British Superbike Championship, accepting the challenge of taking the new Ducati V4 R to the top of the national series. He achieved this in his first year, earning him the switch up to the World Superbike Championship for 2020 in the factory Ducati squad.