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POLL: Who will win the 2010 BSB title - Updated

We're offering you the chance to revise your British Superbike title-winning predictions ahead of the showdown at Oulton Park.
Last month Crash.net ran a poll to ask whom you thought would come away with the 2010 British Superbike Championship title.

With six riders starting on fairly equal footing, the results made some interesting reading as you voted in Tommy Hill and Josh Brookes as the riders most likely to come away with the 2010 crown.

In fact, just one vote (at 32 per cent apiece) separated Hill and Brookes at the top of the leaderboard, followed closely by Ryuichi Kiyonari, while you gave Michael Laverty – who enters the showdown 19 points off the lead – just a 3 per cent chance of coming out on top.

Two rounds later and four riders have emerged within striking distance of the title, though all six remain mathematically in with a chance.

As such, with one round and three races remaining, we are offering you the chance to revise your predictions and ask whom will emerge from Sunday as the 2010 British Superbike Champion…

To vote, CLICK HERE.

Current BSB points standings:
Tommy Hill - 589
Josh Brookes - 578
Ryuichi Kiyoanri - 574
Michael Laverty - 570
Michael Rutter - 546
Alastair Seeley - 529



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Josh Brookes, Yukio Kagayama and Tommy Hill, Thruxton, 2010 [pic credit: Ian Hopgood Photography]
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Michael Rutter Bathams Prize Winning Ales - ihphotography.net

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scott22 - Unregistered

October 07, 2010 3:40 PM

Id say Hill or Brookes are the most deserving they have looked consistently strong all year. I wouldnt mind if Rutter wins it just cause he seems like a really decent guy and it'd be a nice way to end his uber long career ! I can understand they dont want a breakaway like Camier last year with the title decided really early but other than some trick adverts on eurosport it hasnt really done much. How is it supposed to inspire the other guys outside the top six cause if they ride hard for a win and knock off a showdown rider can you imagine the fallout, and as weve seen the new system can preclude some of the talent (See James Ellison) that most definately should be in with title shots.



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