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Scott Redding was born on 4 January, 1993 in Gloucester, United Kingdom, is a British motorcycle racer. At 27 years old, Scott Redding height is 6 ft 0 in (184.0 cm).

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Age 27 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 4 January 1993
Birthday 4 January
Birthplace Gloucester, United Kingdom
Nationality British

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Scott Redding Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Scott Redding worth at the age of 27 years old? Scott Redding’s income source is mostly from being a successful Racer. He is from British. We have estimated Scott Redding's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

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In 2019, he competed in the British Superbike Championship riding a Ducati Panigale V4 for Paul Bird's PBM team. He won the championship on his first attempt. In 2020 he will compete in the Superbike World Championship riding a factory Ducati Panigale V4 for the Racing 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.


Redding finished the season in 15th place with 63 points, with a best result of fifth place, obtained on three occasions: at Silverstone, Indianapolis and Misano.

In 2015 Redding remained in MotoGP, re-joining his former team Marc VDS. He was riding a factory-specification Honda RC213V. At the San Marino Grand Prix, Redding achieved his maiden MotoGP podium with a third-place finish despite crashing early in the race. With Bradley Smith finishing second, the duo became the first pair of British riders to finish on a premier class podium since Barry Sheene and Tom Herron did so at the Venezuelan Grand Prix in 1979.

On 30 August 2015, the morning of his home race at Silverstone, it was announced that Redding would join Pramac Racing for the 2016 season, replacing Yonny Hernández alongside Danilo Petrucci. Scott Redding has been a supportive role model and has supported young rising stars from minimotos, setting up the Scott Redding Academy 2012 to Moto3 within the British Superbike series. In 2017, Charlie Nesbitt will be competing in the FIM junior world championship by joining forces with the Monlau group. Monlau managing group is supporting young riders and mechanics to reach top level of motor sport.


Redding signed with new team Marc VDS Racing Team in the Moto2 600cc class for 2010, having grown too big to continue competing in the 125cc class. He struggled in the initial pre-season tests, but was more competitive in later ones. Redding struggled at the beginning of the season, but improved to finish fourth in the British Grand Prix at Silverstone and became the youngest rider ever to score a podium finish in the 250cc/Moto2 class by finishing third in Indianapolis.

On 29 September 2010, Redding signed a two-year contract with Marc VDS, keeping him in Moto2 until 2012.


For the 2009 125cc Motorcycle Grand Prix season Redding rode a factory Aprilia machinery and remained with team BLU:sens Aprilia.

Redding had a difficult season, suffering from mechanical issues and handling difficulties. He got on the podium at the 2009 British Grand Prix, his second career podium.


Redding left the CEV championship in 2008, being entered by team BLU:sens Aprilia in the 125cc Grand Prix World championship. Redding made a sensational start at the opening round of Qatar, by being the youngest ever rider in the 125cc class to qualify on the front row of the grid, in fourth place. He went on to take fifth place in the race setting the lap record for the 125cc class of 2'05.635 in the process. He was also on the front row in Spain.

On 22 June 2008 Redding became the back then youngest ever Grand Prix winner, aged 15 years and 170 days, when he won the 2008 British 125cc Grand Prix at Donington Park. Redding took the lead with six laps remaining after pressuring Andrea Iannone into pushing too hard and going off at Craner Curves. Redding held off Frenchman Mike Di Meglio and Spaniard Marc Márquez to win in only his eighth 125cc outing. He became the first British winner of a 125cc race since Chas Mortimer won the 1975 Spanish Grand Prix and the first British winner of a British motorcycle Grand Prix in the 125cc class since 1973, when Tommy Robb won at the 1973 Isle of Man TT, which was then the British round of the world championship. He is also the first British rider ever to win a British round of any Grand Prix class since the British motorcycle Grand Prix moved to Donington Park in 1987. In the first ever two-wheeled race at the famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway in America, Redding secured 4th place, having been in that position when it started to rain due to Hurricane Ike and Red Flag brought the race to a premature end.


For 2007 he signed for team BLU:sens Aprilia riding in the Spanish CEV 125cc championship finishing second overall to Stefan Bradl with a difference of eight points, taking a second place at round four and winning at the final rounds of five, six and seven.


In 2006 he tested for the Red Bull sponsored MotoGP academy cup and was immediately offered a ride. However he had a mixed season with only one podium finish at the last round in Jerez.


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.


Scott Christopher Redding (born 4 January 1993) is a British Grand Prix motorcycle racer and former MotoGP rider.