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I must admit, the top ten list is the correct list of riders when you consider both their accomplishments AND the skills and levels of competitiveness each demonstrated on bikes of very different quality.
Dani and Jorge might be reversed, but they were definitely the top two.
Stoner in third is properly placed.
Everyone else could be up or down a little but are probably where they belong.
The one noticeably absent name which i will not mention, and of whom I am a fan, does not belong on the list this year. Even he would likely admit that and that is one of many reasons he is returning to a more familiar team environment.