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POLL: Who will win the 2016 Qatar MotoGP?

Predict the winner of this weekend's season-opening Qatar MotoGP race.
We are now just days away from the first race of the 2016 MotoGP season, which begins under the floodlights in Qatar on March 20.

The event also marks the start of a new era, with Michelin replacing Bridgestone as exclusive tyre supplier and the introduction of 'unified' ECU software.

The Sepang and Qatar pre-season tests were led by Yamaha's reigning champion Jorge Lorenzo, with Suzuki star Maverick Vinales turning heads by setting the quickest lap at Phillip Island.

But who do you think will be on top after the full 22-lap race distance at Losail?

We've put together a shortlist consisting of all the riders that have finished in the top six on at least one day of 2016 pre-season testing.

CLICK HERE to pick your winner, after which you will see the latest results!





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StaceyConer27

March 14, 2016 4:14 PM

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