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MotoGP Christmas gossip, rumour and intrigue part two

Britain's Scott Redding has revealed he didn't go back to Moto2 after his MotoGP exit as he would have had to pay for a ride. The former Honda, Ducati and Aprilia man believes it is insane that riders are taking money to the grand prix paddock and said he refused. “For people to even get into racing now - how many people are paying to ride? This is world championship racing. Regardless if it's Moto3, Moto2, MotoGP. It's why I didn't go to Moto2. I will never ride for free, because it's my job, and I definitely ain't going to pay. “And I ain't going to pay two hundred thousand, three hundred thousand, to ride, for a season or two seasons. It's ludicrous, it's insane. But there's someone...
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