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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. Redding has scored only five points in as many races so far in 2018, having said in Jerez earlier this month he felt time was "running out" to prove himself worthy of a new contract at Aprilia. Despite taking part in two days of testing at Mugello a week prior to the French GP, the Briton couldn't improve at Le Mans either as he qualified 22nd and crashed out in the race. Speaking post-race, Redding admitted he was struggling to deal with the ever-increasing pressure, but said he "cannot show anything" with the...
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