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POLL: Who has impressed you this season?

Vote for the rider you think has surpassed expectations in this year's World Superbike Championship.
As the 2010 World Superbike Championship enters its latter stages, Crash.net will shortly be giving you our thoughts as to how we think the runners and riders have fared so far this season – but we are just as keen to know what you think…

There have been several notable performances from riders this season, particularly from the likes of Max Biaggi and Aprilia, who are both marching towards their first WSBK titles, Leon Haslam, who can finally call himself a WSBK winner and Carlos Checa, who has embarrassed the factory Ducati riders.

Additionally, the likes of Jonathan Rea, Cal Crutchlow and Troy Corser have enjoyed their moments this year, but each opinion counts, so when machinery and fortune is taken into account, who do you think has impressed the most in 2010…?

We have given you the top ten riders in the standings to choose from, so to cast your vote simply CLICK HERE



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Steve Johnson - Unregistered

August 20, 2010 9:53 PM

Max's strength this season is that he is very patient now. That newer trait combined with his usual smooth and consistent riding makes him very impressive. He used to be very aggressive to the point where he would be over the limits on many aspects of racing. In 2010 Max Biaggi is a totally different guy than he was in MotoGP, and very competitive this year. He gets my vote.



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