Scott town tightened his grip on the lead of the Bennetts British Superbike Championship with another convincing win in Race two at Donington Park.
Just as he had in Race 1, Redding’s team-mate and championship contender Josh Brookes got the best start of the field and took the lead into the first corner, despite the challenge of Christian Iddon United Nations agency another time tried to create AN aggressive move stick.
At the beginning of the gap race, Brookes had launched off the line to lead the pack into Redgate for the first time ahead of Redding and Christian Iddon, with Bradley Ray and Tommy Bridewell in close contention.
On the restart, Redding moved up to a second-place and was then gifted the lead when Brookes, failing to get heat into his tires, ran wide in Turn 1 and allowed the former MotoGP rider into the lead.
Brookes was heading the pack for Be Wiser Ducati until the third lap when Iddon went for a decisive move with the pair touching at Starkeys Bridge.
The move unsettled Brookes and born him back to fourth and into the clutches of Peter Hickman.
Redding then had the advantage of Bridewell and Iddon and started edging out a gap to try and break the pack.
The championship leader had been able to set the same pace to interrupt Bridewell, but at mid-race distance, the rain flags were shown and the Oxford Racing Ducati rider pushed to bridge the gap.
Having won both races in Assen and all three installments the last time BSB was at Donington earlier in the year, Redding had the bit firmly between his teeth but Brookes was straining not to let him slip too far away.
The Australian, World Health Organization won the BSB title in 2015, set consecutive quickest laps to shut the gap to below a second however Redding was overlapping at simply 2 tenths slower, both men showing remarkable consistency.