Scott Redding

Scott Redding Signs to BMW for 2022

The 2019 British Superbike Champion Scott Redding announced his move to BMW for the 2022 WorldSBK season.

Scott Redding is leaving the Racing Ducati WorldSBK team after two seasons after the 2021 season. Redding has signed with the BMW Motorrad WorldSBK team for the 2022 season where he will join Michael van der Mark.

During his tenure with the Ducati team, Scott Redding has racked up a total of eight race wins and twenty-two podiums after forty-two races in the superbike class (at the time of publishing). Before moving up to the WorldSBK stage, Redding captured the British SBK Championship in 2019. Not to mention his achievements in MotoGP where he finished on the podium box a total of two times over ninety race starts.

Redding isn’t doing too shabby in his challenging sophomore year in the superbike class, after finishing the 2020 season second to Champion Jonathan Rea.

Scott Redding

The UK rider will focus his efforts on closing out the 2021 season with maximum effort and dedication to the Ducati team. Currently, Redding is sitting in third place with 216 championship points.

“I will always have a special place in my heart for the people at Ducati and their incredible fans. My only focus now is to continue giving my maximum for Ducati and my crew for the remainder of 2021. We are still fighting to win the title and I’m determined to end our relationship in positive fashion. But I feel it is the right time to make the move to BMW Motorrad and take on a new and exciting challenge. It’s clear how much they want me to be part of their project. They have demonstrated dedication and development since their come back to WorldSBK. I’m honoured that they have put their trust in me to help them achieve their goals and I am completely convinced that with their commitment, ambition and resources we can enjoy a very successful relationship together.” – Scott Redding.

Scott Redding

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