MotoGP, Jack Miller: “Vinales made the difference, but the race will be different.”

His Ducati was the fastest on Saturday at Misano. We’re talking about Jack Miller’s GP20, which was only two thousandths of a second ahead of Pecco Bagnaia’s. Tomorrow at 2 p.m. the Australian will start from fifth on the grid with Rossi on his left.

The Pramac driver was satisfied with that, even if he would rather not break away.

“It wasn’t a bad day, but it wasn’t a great day either,” Jack began. “But I am satisfied with the result, even if we have to improve on Sunday. We have to take a step forward to be more competitive. “

But he is concentrating on qualifying.

“Qualifying wasn’t easy, partly because the wind made things difficult. Unfortunately, I wasn’t that sure about the rear tire initially as I tried to be aggressive in the first sector, but it didn’t make any difference. I managed to be more confident the second time around and to improve. In the end, however, the Yamahas made all the difference, showing that they were unreachable. “

Vinales’ M1 stood in front of everyone.

Maverick did something special, but I don’t think he can go on like this. It’s true that the M1 are fast, but I don’t think they can make the same difference as they did at Jerez. I’ll try to start well on Sunday and get the pace I need without giving up. I have good pace at the moment, if not great. Tires? I don’t think there is a problem with the choice and also with the wearing this time. I carefully assessed the soft and the hard. Both are good.”