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Redding's 'free spirit' attitude didn't suit MotoGP, says Pramac boss

Scott Redding had a hard time with the "professional aspects" of MotoGP and is more suited to a career in World Superbikes, believes his former team boss Francesco Guidotti. Redding raced in MotoGP from 2014 to '18, riding for Honda, Ducati and Aprilia in that time, before switching to British Superbikes last year and winning the title as a rookie. He subsequently switched to WSBK as a factory Ducati rider and scored a trio of third places on his first race weekend in the series at Phillip Island earlier in the year. Guidotti, who was Redding's team boss at Pramac Ducati in 2016 and '17, reckons the British rider struggled to get to grips with the realities of being a modern...
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