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Redding: “It's frustrating to be where we are”

Redding: “It's frustrating to be where we are”

Scott Redding cannot hide his disappointment at missing out on Q2 and having to start the race form seventeenth tomorrow.

The Team Estrella Galicia 0,0 Marc VDS rider failed to make it through to QP2 automatically and with fast times in QP1 he was unable to challenge for a top two spot and earn a place in the final qualifying shootout.

Scott Redding:
"I don't know what to say because I went faster with the old tyre than I did on the new tyre and I don't know why. There was quite a lot of traffic with everyone waiting and that's really frustrating. Because we don't have the soft tyre we have to push for the whole lap. The tyre didn't work as well as I was expecting but even on my last lap, when I was on for a personal best in the first two sectors, Hernandez pulled off the track at the last corner when I was outside him and I nearly hit the back of him. It's frustrating to be where we are because I was faster on old tyres earlier. You feel like you make steps forward and then you get pushed back again. The race will be different because it's longer and our race pace isn't bad but our one lap pace is still a weakness for us at the moment."

MotoGP, 2015, GRAN PREMIO D'ITALIA TIM, Scott Redding, EG 0,0 Marc VDS

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