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POLL: Who will win the 2017 MotoGP title?

The new MotoGP season roars into action under the floodlights in Qatar this weekend - who do you think will go on to be crowned as the 2017 world champion?

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








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cyanide

March 21, 2017 8:45 AM

It must be Dani's time. He is hitting a purple patch of form and is due some luck. I think he will do a Steven Bradbury: the other main contenders will all crash out through over-aggressive riding and leave him with the title. He was back on the top of the podium last season. He showed good pace in testing. He can handle pressure. Changes to the Honda seem to have benefitted him. He seems to be largely over his fitness concerns. He certainly deserves to win a title.



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