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MotoGP Austin J3 Jack Miller (Ducati/3): “Enea Bastianini has the perfect physique for a rider”

Jack Miller failed to compete in a Grand Prix of the Americas, which he nevertheless led to five laps from goal, before handing control to Enea Bastianini of the Ducati GP21, and even then leaving Alex Rins and his Suzuki to take him on the to put last place. step off the stage. But the Australian made the feat expected of him, giving him arguments for extending his lease with his current employer with disrupted plans. Because if the Popes of Borgo Panigale do indeed see one of their flocks lead to the championship, it is not the one expected with unforeseen colors. Yet Bastianini has a secret that Miller discovered that also saves engineers millions of dollars in research and development…

Jack Miller rejoiced in anticipation of the great battle between the Ducati in Texas, and claimed to anyone who wanted to hear that the difference would be made by driving this competition on the Austin track. A double-edged sword, because in defeat there are no more excuses. The Australian comes out of this confrontation defeated Enea Bastianini in GP21, but winner of a jorge martin in GP22, not to mention his teammate, who, however, poses no threat to his future…

In fact, the man who moved up to seventh in MotoGP this year, 30 lengths behind the leader and second winner in four races, was not unhappy when he left Texas: I don’t think I was pushing too hard, the rhythm was constant even if I didn’t push right at the start. From lap eight I pushed to do fast laps and maybe it was early but i wanted to get away from the group† I had some tremors on the left side, I was a bit on the edge so I tried to drive carefully

Then Enea Bastianini came up to me, passed me at turn 11 and although he drove a bit long, he closed the corner. In the end, even Alex Rins managed to pass me. I couldn’t keep the second position, too bad ‘, ‘Jackass’ adds. † I feel like I’m back on track after these first four races before returning to Europe. So overall quite happy

I think I did a fantastic race, I can’t blame myself and I did my best insists that the Australian still has to answer this question that haunts the box Ducati since the start of this campaign: what’s missing from this GP22 to take precedence over its oldest GP21 aspiring to make cruppers for it? † I don’t think the Desmosedici GP22 is any worse than the GP21† Step by step we are getting closer and I don’t think the GP21 is faster “. But Jack Miller also says that you should only look at the engine… That also includes the pilot and the team member of Bagnaia don’t hesitate to congratulate Bastianini for his technique and… his physique: “ if I knew what Enea does on the Ducati to get that extra bit of performance I would! It rolls well, and when it passes, it looks effortless. He has a certain style where he sits in the middle of the bike and his head is tilted… Even though the bike seems to move, it looks solid and stays there

Jack Miller: ” Bastian? It’s unreal with the way it turns the throttle, it can drive smooth and fast

It works because it can stay very firmly on the bike. He’s also a little boy, so he’s very fast on the straights. He also stops it well… Gaining 10 extra pounds is a little harder, I can tell you that† It’s unreal with the way it twists the throttle and it can drive smooth and fast on it. For tire management, this is best. If I could imitate his style… I’ll keep studying. I’ve been racing MotoGP for years and trying to do it, but I haven’t succeeded yet

A nice tribute to the Italian by the Australian who, however, did not achieve the title in his intentions: I still feel like it’s a very open competition, it’s such a long season and so much has happened already… If you think I’m already the 10th driver to be on the podium and that was the fourth race… That says it all. It’s wide open, and the real championship will start when we get back to Europe This will be the case from April 22 to 24 in Portimao.

Jack Miller ends by talking about his future, which he confirms he wants Ducatiin red or not: “I’m here to race, that’s what I love to do, the group is fantastic and I feel good with them. If they decide I stay I would be more than happy to keep racing the Ducati, but for now I prefer to concentrate only on the quest for the championship and try to get good results. Back to Pramac? It wouldn’t make any difference to me† I’m where I want to be, I’m living my dream, and whether the bikes are good or bad, they use the same parts, so it wouldn’t make a difference to me.

Results of the MotoGP Grand Prix of the Americas at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin:

Ranking: MotoGP.com

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