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Which circuit should host the British MotoGP?

MotoGP is heading to Silverstone in 2010 after Dorna revealed a five-year deal has been agreed with the Northamptonshire circuit.

It brings to an end more than 20 years of grand prix racing at Donington Park, ironically at the same time as the Formula One circus prepares to head the other way.

Your comments on the announcement have already suggested that the move to Silverstone is one that has provoked a mixed reaction, so we thought we'd give you your chance to vote on your favoured home for the event.

We've chosen the three logical places where a MotoGP race could be held, so to log your vote, simply CLICK HERE.

Of course, if you want to explain your reasoning, feel free to do so on the comments boards.


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