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The 2015 MotoGP season was one of the wildest ones to date. Both because of the intense on-track action, but maybe more so because of the shenanigans that happened away from it. I won’t bother explaining the drama, as you should already know what I’m talking about if you’re reading this (if you don’t, check out Bruce Allen’s season finale preview and his race recap to get caught up). Plus, the 2015 season is over, so there’s no point dwelling on the past. What we can do, however, is ramble about the future, and that’s the focus of this week’s Top 10. The antics that clouded the last couple races of 2015 will surely carry over into next season, but even without that, 2016 is bound to be an unpredictable MotoGP season. Here’s why.

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  • http://voidstar.com/ jbond

    Not a single mention of Lorenzo. Is he really completely invisible?

    • Alexander Pityuk

      There will be no surprise about him. He will rape. Period.

      • TroySiahaan

        Exactly. Well, maybe not the rape part, but I don’t think he’ll present any surprises.

    • DKing

      There was…under Marquez:….”and he’s got to be a favorite for the MotoGP title next year, though snatching it from the hands of Lorenzo won’t be an easy task.”

  • Bob Dragich

    For a comparison of how the Michelins did in their first test compared to the Bridgestones, click here:

    https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/author/analytics?trk=hp-identity-wvmposts

  • Cale

    hopefully less collusion from the Spaniards

    • DKing

      If Rossi doesn’t end up in contention for the title, he may just get a chance to return the favor. 😉

  • Bruce Allen

    Let’s hope Rossi doesn’t do a Peyton Manning or Brett Favre and play one season too many.

    • TroySiahaan

      He’s an elite athlete. And like many other elite athletes in other sports, they don’t know when to hang’em up until it’s too late.