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POLL: Who is the most impressive 2012 Champion?

Jorge Lorenzo, Marc Marquez or Sandro Cortese?
With one round to go, all three 2012 motorcycle grand prix riders' titles have now been decided.

Sandro Cortese was first to be crowned, clinching the inaugural Moto3 Championship at Sepang, with Marc Marquez (Moto2) and Jorge Lorenzo (MotoGP) then claiming their titles one week later at the penultimate Phillip Island round.

We want to know which of the three riders you feel has had the most impressive season.

CLICK HERE to vote (after which you will see the present results) and explain your choice in the comments section below.

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Sasha - Unregistered

November 01, 2012 7:27 AM

Max Biaggi. How he beat much younger ex-motogp guys and WSBK talents with such a crappy season by half a point is incredible. Maybe not exactly his effort but the major effin up by most of the others tells tales about the actual strength of wsbk racing and why it is so close, why you do not want to take WSBK riders to MotoGP. And that also makes Max a 6-time world champion, 18 years after winning his first 250 championship.

danny powell - Unregistered

November 01, 2012 8:08 AM

lorenzo for sure fighting to repsol hondas and beating lorenzo says no one knows how hard it is to beat danny or casey on the factory cant get a harder job possibly thats why i reckon he is the most deserved and the most impressive rider this year

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