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POLL: Best looking MotoGP bike of 2012?

Which of the MotoGP teams had the best looking bike in 2012?
We want to know which of the MotoGP teams you think turned out the best looking bike in 2012.

Did the latest version of the Repsol Honda design do it for you? Perhaps you preferred Yamaha's corporate blue colours, or Ducati's revised red and white? Maybe you thought one of the satellite or CRTs actually did a better job than the factory teams?

On the other hand, maybe you admire the engineering more than the art? It's up to you...

CLICK HERE to vote for your best looking bike of the year (after which you will see the latest results) and explain your choice in the comments section below...


Tagged as: Yamaha , Ducati , Repsol Honda

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