|January 4, 1993|
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|Race car driver|
Scott Christopher Redding (born 4 January 1993) is a British Grand Prix motorcycle racer who during 2018 rides in the MotoGP World Championship for Aprilia Gresini Racing. Redding learned in June 2018 that his one-year contract would not be extended beyond the 2018 racing season.
For 2019, he is contracted to ride the new Ducati Panigale V4 in the British Superbike Championship for Paul Bird's PBM team.
He was the youngest rider in Grand Prix motorcycle racing to win a race, breaking Marco Melandri's ten-year record, until Can Öncü broke this record in 2018. He is also the youngest rider to contest both 50 and 100 Grands Prix.
Born in Quedgeley, Gloucester, Redding started racing Mini Motos in 2001, winning the 2004 FAB-Racing Metrakit 50cc British MiniGP championship and then switching to the 80cc Metrakit "Calypso Cup" in 2005 in Spain, where he won all six rounds of the series.
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