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Scott Redding confirms MotoGP switch for 2014

Redding confirmed at the BT Sport launch that he will join MotoGP in 2014.
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by Daniel Mackrell

Current Moto2 leader Scott Redding is currently being linked with a number of different manufacturers as he prepares to make the step up to MotoGP.

At the BT Sport launch last week, the 20-year-old confirmed he will join MotoGP next year, but didn't comment on what his bike or team will be.

Redding spoke recently about his aim to match current leader Marc Marquez in his MotoGP debut season in 2014.

However, with no announcement so far of who he will be teaming up with for his first season in the top league, it has opened the doors for various rumours of who he may join.

However, with many of the top manufacturers already having riders to direct their focus on next season, people have been left wondering what options are still available for Redding next season.

Cal Crutchlow recently revealed he will be joining Ducati on a two-year deal starting next season.

Redding's current Moto2 rival Pol Espargaro has already been confirmed as Crutchlow's replacement for Yamaha Tech 3 in 2014.

The Grand Prix Commission didannounce recently that factory teams will be allowed to have four riders each from 2014, which could expand Redding's options.

The British rider is sure to attract a lot of attention from various teams from his top form throughout this season so far, and is currently 23 points ahead of Pol Espargaro, who is in second place.

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