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Your top motorsport babe for September revealed

The votes have been counted, and your top motorsport grid girl for the month of September can now be revealed – with, for the second consecutive month, the sexiest babes to be found almost exclusively in the MotoGP paddock.

No fewer than eight of your favourite babes from last month were spotted during the San Marino round of the 2009 MotoGP calendar at Misano – but the top two were to be admired on the grid in car circles rather than bikes.

Number two on the list is Airwaves BMW star Rob Collard's grid girl in the HiQ MSA British Touring Car Championship (BTCC), with the top spot being taken by two Radical beauties from the sportscar-based Le Mans Series (LMS) at Silverstone.

Keep on clicking for your favourite babe of October, and we will reveal the top ten again this time next month. In the meantime, to see the top ten grid girls for September, click here



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Nicky Hayden rides through the streets of Putrajaya (pic: Dorna).
Marc Marquez rides Repsol Honda in Indonesia (Pic: Honda)
Rossi, Australian MotoGP 2014
Fenati and McPhee, Moto3 race, Australian MotoGP 2014
Miller and Binder, Moto3 race, Australian MotoGP 2014
Alex Marquez, Moto3 race, Australian MotoGP 2014
Migno and Azmi, Moto3 race, Australian MotoGP 2014
Oliveira, Moto3 race, Australian MotoGP 2014
Oliveira, Moto3 race, Australian MotoGP 2014
Migno, Moto3 race, Australian MotoGP 2014
Migno, Moto3 race, Australian MotoGP 2014
Migno, Moto3 race, Australian MotoGP 2014
Oliveira, Moto3 race, Australian MotoGP 2014
Migno, Moto3 race, Australian MotoGP 2014
Migno and Azmi, Moto3 race, Australian MotoGP 2014
Oliveira, Moto3 race, Australian MotoGP 2014
Oliveira and Dunlop tecnician, Moto3 race, Australian MotoGP 2014

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