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Which was the best looking 2013 MotoGP bike?

Tell us who set the standard in terms of MotoGP livery last season...
It won't be long until MotoGP teams start taking the wraps off their 2014 machines.

With that in mind, we'd like to know which team you thought set the standard in terms of livery last season.

A reminder of each team livery, in championship order, can be seen below.

CLICK HERE to vote.

This is a live poll! As soon as you have cast your vote, you will see the latest results.

Repsol Honda Team (above)
Yamaha Factory Racing (above)
Monster Yamaha Tech 3 (above)
Ducati Team (above)
Go&Fun Honda Gresini (above)
LCR Honda MotoGP (above)
Power Electronics Aspar (above)
Pramac Racing Team (above)
NGM Mobile Forward Racing.
Avintia Blusens (above)
Came Iodaracing Project (above)
Paul Bird Motorsport (above)
Cardion AB Motoracing (above)

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