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Scott Redding wants to get 'back inside the top five' at Most

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This weekend Scott Redding returns to Most in the WorldSBK Championship, a track where the ROKiT BMW Motorrad rider has good memories from the past.

With Scott Redding and BMW struggling this season in WorldSBK it is clear he will most likely not repeat what he managed in the Czech Republic last season. However, Redding seems as confident as ever heading into the next round of the season.

After getting strong results at Donington Park and decent results at Imola Redding is targeting another successful weekend once again. The British rider was also on the podium last year at Most as he finished third in the opening race of the weekend in mixed conditions.


“For me, Most is a good track," said Scott Redding ahead of his return to Most. "I like going there. Last year, we had a good result there with BMW. I look forward to going there.

"It’s a different kind of circuit to what we are used to. And hopefully we can try to get ourselves back inside the top five, top six. That would be the goal and keep working on the project and get as close as we can.”

Redding fans will be hoping for an update from the 30-year-old about his future in the WorldSBK paddock after he confirmed that he will be remaining in WorldSBK next season, but has not stated with what team he will ride for.

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