Thanks to these results he moved to MotoGP in 2014, racing in the Open category. The English rider was just as fast in this class, finishing the season in 12th place overall. The next season he would ride a real MotoGP, earning a podium with a strong third place at the Grand Prix of San Marino. His performance caught the attention of Ducati, which added him to the Pramac Racing team for the two-year period 2016-2017. The first season he took another podium and came close several times, ending up 15th for the year, while the following season his 14th place finish was not enough to keep him on the team. Redding continued in MotoGP for another year, but the disappointing results pushed him to change category and in 2019 he tackled the British Superbike Championship (BSB) riding a Panigale V4 R.
With 11 victories and 9 podiums, at the end of a hard-fought season Scott Redding became the British Superbike champion. This victory earned him a call from Aruba.it Racing - Ducati, which will field him in next season in the World Superbike Championship on the factory Panigale V4 R.