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POLL: Who will be MotoGP next debut winner

Marc Marquez? Cal Crutchlow? Alvaro Bautista? Stefan Bradl? Who do you think will be MotoGP's next new winner?
There hasn't been a new race winner in MotoGP since Ben Spies at Assen 2011, with just three riders - Dani Pedrosa, Jorge Lorenzo and Casey Stoner - dividing last year's 18 victories.

But a new winner will happen, hopefully sooner rather than later.

With that in mind, we'd like to know who you think will be next to join the exclusive club of premier-class grand prix race winners.

We've provided a list of all the 2013 manufacturer riders without a win - including Alvaro Bautista, Stefan Bradl, Cal Crutchlow and star rookie Marc Marquez - plus last year's top two CRT riders for you to choose from.

CLICK HERE to vote - after which you will see the latest results - and explain your choice in the comments below...

For reference, here is a list of the 2013 MotoGP riders that have already won a race:

1. Valentino Rossi - 79 wins
2. Jorge Lorenzo - 23 wins
3. Dani Pedrosa - 22 wins
4. Nicky Hayden - 3 wins
=5. Andrea Dovizioso - 1 win
=5. Ben Spies - 1 win



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Makrus

January 10, 2013 9:10 AM

I thought Lorenzo impressed in his first year. Got pol in his first three races and it took him three tries to win one all this with an inform Valentino as a team mate. I do agree he pushed to hard while trying to prove his mettle and that resulted in some massive crashes. this isn't a dig at spies, but Lorenzo achieved more in his first three races then spies did in two years on the factory Yamaha do to say his debut was unimpressive is a little harsh IMO. On the matter of marquez, I think he is smart enough that he would take Lorenzos first few years into account. Yes he will have to find the limit, but I think he will learn a little quicker that if you push these bikes the wrong way you'll end up on your ass. If bradl ever gets full factory support I feel he could be a dark horse and tech3 by the look of it will never get full factory support so unless some crazy events take place I don't see cal getting the job done. I voted Marquez.. Like most ppl



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