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Vote for Valentino Rossi’s best looking MotoGP bike

Which do you think is Valentino Rossi's best looking 500cc/MotoGP bike?
Valentino Rossi's 2012 Ducati Desmosedici MotoGP race livery was unveiled during an online launch on Monday.

This year's Ducati is Rossi's 13th machine in the premier-class, spanning three different manufacturers and six different title sponsors.

But which, in your opinion, has been the best looking?

CLICK HERE to see a picture of each machine, in chronological order, and award a mark out of 10.

You can also explain your choice in the comments section below. The results will be revealed once voting closes at the end of this month.

All of Rossi's bikes are shown in their 'official' liveries, special one-off colours are not included.

Valentino Rossi's premier-class grand prix bikes:

2000: Nastro Azzurro Honda (500cc)
2001: Nastro Azzurro Honda (500cc)
2002: Repsol Honda Team (990cc)
2003: Repsol Honda Team (990cc)
2004: Gauloises Fortuna Yamaha (990cc)
2005: Gauloises Yamaha Team (990cc)
2006: Camel Yamaha Team (990cc)
2007: Fiat Yamaha Team (800cc)
2008: Fiat Yamaha Team (800cc)
2009: Fiat Yamaha Team (800cc)
2010: Fiat Yamaha Team (800cc)
2011: Ducati Team (800cc)
2012: Ducati Team (1000cc)




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Valentino Rossi`s 2012 Ducati Desmosedici (pic: Ducati)
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Louis Rossi, German Moto2 Race 2014
Louis Rossi, German Moto2 Race 2014
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Rossi and Galbusera, German MotoGP race 2014
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Rossi and Galbusera, German MotoGP race 2014
Rossi and Galbusera, German MotoGP race 2014
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Iannone and Rossi, German MotoGP race 2014

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