The official preview for this weekend's French MotoGP runs under the headline, 'Greatest MotoGP rivalry continues at historic Le Mans'.
That's because stats show Casey Stoner, Jorge Lorenzo and Dani Pedrosa to have filled the top three places in a MotoGP race on 16 occasions, including at all three rounds this year.
That is more times than any other trio in the 64-year history of premier-class grand prix racing. But, in your opinion, does that also mean it the greatest three-way rivalry the sport has seen?
The list below shows the leading number of podium combinations in the history of the premier class - all you have to do is CLICK HERE
and select which of those rider line-ups you feel is the greatest.
After voting you will see the present results. You can also explain your choice in the comments section below.
Number of times the following set of riders have filled the premier-class podium:
- Casey Stoner/Jorge Lorenzo/Dani Pedrosa
- Casey Stoner/Valentino Rossi/Dani Pedrosa
- Eddie Lawson/Wayne Gardner/Randy Mamola
- Wayne Rainey/Kevin Schwantz/Mick Doohan
- Kevin Schwantz/Eddie Lawson/Wayne Rainey