Scott Redding 6th as official WorldSBK testing concludes at Phillip Island

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Two days of official WorldSBK testing for the Racing – Ducati team, ended today at the Phillip Island Circuit (Australia), with Scott Redding and teammate Chaz Davis in 6th and 11th position respectively.

Scott got off to a great start on Day-2, staying in P1 for a long time. A crash at turn 10 at the start of the afternoon session (after a good lap in 1’30.8 and the best T4 overall) delayed the work programme for the second testing day. His team, however, did an extraordinary job allowing him to get back on track for the final run.

Both Racing – Ducati riders also received positive information about the race pace ahead of the first round of the 2020 WorldSBK season which will kick off on Friday with the #AusWorldSBK free practice at the iconic Phillip Island circuit in Victoria State, Australia.

#45 Scott Redding – Combined Standings Day 1-2: P6
Day-1: P6 (1’31.236, +0.496, 46 laps)
Day-2: P6 (1’30.885, +0.362, 45 laps)

Scott Redding ( Racing – Ducati #45)
“I’m very pleased with what we’ve done. They were two important days in which we worked on many aspects. We have closed the gap to front guys and the feeling with the bike is definitely positive. It’s a shame about today’s crash but the important thing is that there were no consequences. Maybe we still need to improve on the single lap but the race pace data is very positive”.