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POLL: Who will replace Stoner at Honda?

Who will Repsol Honda chose to take over Casey Stoner's RCV for MotoGP 2013?
Casey Stoner's shock announcement that he will retire at the end of the 2012 MotoGP season is a massive blow to the Repsol Honda team, which must now find a new rider to take over the reigning double world champion's factory RC213V.

The 'no rookies in a factory team' rule means HRC's options are limited to choosing from the present full time MotoGP rider line-up, or hiring a former MotoGP rider from another series (such as WSBK).

We'd like to know who you think should get one of the best rides in MotoGP. Simply CLICK HERE to chose from a shortlist of names provided.

After voting you will see the current results. You can also explain your choice in the comments section below.


Tagged as: Casey Stoner , Repsol Honda

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JFR - Unregistered

May 18, 2012 5:56 AM

Whoever it is, it will be a 1 year deal while they wait for Marc Marquez to do a debut year away from a factory ride. Then he is in at Repsol!



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