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Rate the 2015 Malaysian MotoGP!

Did the 2015 Malaysian MotoGP have you on the edge of your seat, fighting just to stay awake or somewhere in-between?

Tell us exactly how entertaining you, the watching fans, thought it was by awarding Sunday's race a mark out of 10.

CLICK HERE to vote (after which you will see the latest results) and explain your mark in the comments section below…

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October 25, 2015 9:19 PM

This Spanish sickened world of Motorsports just showed its face. Stoner left, Rossi showed it on the circuit. It is all frustration shown by the worlds best ever rider of all times. These kids are not the guys people want to be a fan for. Personality and good sports are equally important to earn respect as a nice performance on the circuits. Am thinking how Simoncelli was treated, and now these kids are pointing their arrows on Iannone and others who are interfering with their championship plans. Don't see the marketing advantage from the comments of Lorenzo talking about a teammate and promoting the brand YAMAHA. This was probably the last ever MotoGP I want to watch, World Superbike is far more interesting, and shows good sports on and off the circuit.

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