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Your sexiest motorsport grid girl for January revealed!'s monthly search for the hottest paddock babe in motorsport has once again proven to be extremely popular. Here is the top ten countdown for January 2010...
The votes have been counted, and your favourite motorsport babe for the first month of 2010 can now be revealed – and it seems the Leyland Paints girls at the Autosport International pre-season show made quite an impression.

Seven of your top ten choices were to be found at the David Brabham-organised charity karting race at the show, and can more regularly be admired in the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) paddock, as can another one of your favourites, the ever-popular Team Dynamics beauties.

Elsewhere, two rather scantily-clad young ladies in the British Superbike Championship (BSB) pit-lane also evidently caught the eye, whilst there was a new entry from the burgeoning, football-themed Superleague Formula.

To see the full top ten, click here – and don't forget to keep on voting to see who comes out on top in February.

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