‘I wouldn’t recommend other riders to jump from Moto3 to MotoGP’ – Jack Miller

Three years into his factory Ducati contract, Jack Miller made headlines in 2015 when, after losing the Moto3 title to Alex Márquez by just two points, he headed to the premier class.

Eight years later, the Australian has earned the opportunity. He made his winning debut in 2016 on a satellite Honda and is in the Ducati factory team, for whom he has already won two races and added six podiums. The balance of the bet is therefore positive, but it was far from easy, as he explained to SPEEDWEEK.COM:

– Looking back now, it was difficult. I would not recommend it to other riders. You need a very strong will and perseverance to deal with all the ‘bullshit’ in this context. Because from the outside, I had a MotoGP Honda, I rode at LCR.