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Racer of the Year vote: Full Results

Your full results for the 2011 Crash.net Racer of the Year vote.
A brand new feature, in response to your feedback, the 2011 Racer of the Year vote asked Crash.net viewers to compare 27 top performers across a range of leading motorsport championships.

The 27 comprised of the top-three competitors from each of the individual championship votes, carried out after the close of the 2011 racing seasons.

Viewers were asked to award each driver/rider with a score out of ten, the average value of which was used to determine who you thought was 'best of the best' in 2011. Voting, which was open for one week, closed on January 14.

As already announced, MotoGP champion Casey Stoner won the vote, ahead of F1 star Jenson Button and the late Marco Simoncelli.

However, the full Racer of the Year results for all 27 competitors can be seen below...

1. Casey Stoner - 8.26 out of 10
2. Jenson Button - 7.88
3. Marco Simoncelli - 7.80
4. Sebastian Vettel - 7.69
5. Sebastien Loeb - 7.66
6. Carlos Checa - 7.50
7. John Hopkins - 7.39
8. Jorge Lorenzo - 7.04
9. Tommy Hill - 6.64
10. Fernando Alonso - 6.44
11. Eugene Laverty - 6.43
12. Dario Franchitti - 6.38
13. Marco Melandri - 6.35
14. Shane Byrne - 6.06
15. Sebastien Ogier - 5.89
16. Jari-Matti Latvala - 5.86
17. Tony Stewart - 5.84
18. Will Power - 5.81
19. Romain Grosjean - 5.78
20. Gordon Shedden - 5.50
21. Carl Edwards - 5.43
22. Matt Neal - 5.21
23. Tony Kanaan - 5.02
24. Frank Wrathall - 5.01
25. Jules Bianchi - 4.93
26. Esteban Gutiérrez - 4.81
27. Brad Keselowski - 4.69



Related Pictures

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Stoner slides, Malaysian MotoGP 2011
Stoner, Crutchlow, Valencia MotoGP tests, November 2016
Dovizioso, Stoner, Crutchlow, Valencia MotoGP tests, November 2016
Crutchlow, Dovizioso, Stoner, Valencia MotoGP tests, November 2016
Crutchlow, Dovizioso, Dall`Igna, Stoner, Valencia MotoGP tests, November 2016
Iannone, Marco Rigamonti Valencia MotoGP 2016
Iannone, Marco Rigamonti Valencia MotoGP 2016
Iannone, Marco Rigamonti Valencia MotoGP 2016
Casey Stoner, Valencia MotoGP tests, November 2016
Dall’Igna and Stoner
Stoner, Valencia MotoGP 2016
Iannone, Valencia MotoGP 2016
Banner, San Marino Moto2 2016
Ezpeleta, Paulo Simoncelli, San Marino MotoGP 2016
Ezpeleta, Paulo Simoncelli, San Marino MotoGP 2016
Ezpeleta, Paulo Simoncelli, San Marino MotoGP 2016
Stoner, Austrian MotoGP Race 2016
Stoner, Austrian MotoGP Race 2016

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Close To The Edge - Unregistered

January 16, 2012 9:41 AM

The picture says it all, Stoner put a riding show everytime he is out there, Ducati, Honda, dirtbike... Even though I'm a Stoner fan, I expected A LOT more from Rossi based on his CV, but when one come to think about it, after Loris end Mazrco failed to ride the 800cc Ducati, not really a suprise that Rossi was not in tune with it either. the only other rider that kind of really tried to ride the Duacti as hard as is needed is Hayden. At the end of the day, Rossi is a big diaspoitment on the Duacti. After big words from him and Burges, he never manage to ride a Ducati. He might manage to ride the next thing to come out of the factory, but it will more of a red Yamaha the a Ducati.

mick - Unregistered

January 16, 2012 10:49 AM

As mentioned above,this poll is based on the results of the 2011 season and that is why Rossi does not figure in it.You dont have to be Sherlock Holmes to work that out.Rossi had a terrible season so it was obvious that his name would not appear on this list.Next year may be different.We will have to wait and see wont we!



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