POLL: Who will win the 2013 WSBK title?

Even the privateer contingent, though small, is bursting with quality, most notably the satellite Aprilias of Davide Giugliano (Althea) and Michel Fabrizio (Red Devils), while Fixi Crescent Racing – Suzuki's sole representative - has shown strong testing form in the hands of Leon Camier and the only Superbike rookie on the grid Jules Cluzel.

However, while pre-season testing has given few clues as to who will emerge as the rider to beat when racing gets underway this weekend, we still want to know who you predict will walk away with the 2013 title in ten months time...

Last year you overwhelmingly – but incorrectly - predicted Carlos Checa would defend his title, followed by Eugene Laverty, Jonathan Rea, Max Biaggi and Tom Sykes, so now is your chance to make amends…

To submit your vote, all you need to do is CLICK HERE.

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Sykes, Australian WSBK, 2013
Sykes, Australian WSBK, 2013
Giugliano, Australian WSBK, 2013
Kenan Sofuoglu - San Carlo Puccetti Kawasaki [credit: Kawasaki Media]
Michael van der Mark - PATA Honda
Michael van der Mark - PATA Honda
Sylvain Guintoli - PATA Honda
Sylvain Guintoli - PATA Honda
Sylvain Guintoli, Michael van der Mark - PATA Honda
Davide Giugliano - Ducati SBK
Jordi Torres - Red Devils Roma Aprilia
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Leon Haslam - Red Devils Roma Aprilia
Max Biaggi - Red Devils Roma Aprilia
Chaz Davies - Ducati SBK
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Guintoli, Jerez WSBK/MotoGP test, November 2014

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lean two

February 21, 2013 7:46 PM

@fiftyeight Ya read the news, wtf is speedtv doing never liked them anyways.... I have dish and Im so phucking so excited. way to go bein sports tv... follow them on facebook and twitter and show our support n maybe they'll pick up motogp too....

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