Jack Miller1995-01-18 (age 25)
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Ducati has secured Moto2 frontrunner Jorge Martin to replace works team-bound Jack Miller at the Pramac MotoGP squad for 2021, Motorsport.com has learned.
Newly-promoted factory Ducati rider Jack Miller "looked like he was in his first or second year" of MotoGP when he first joined the Pramac squad in 2018, according to team boss Francesco Guidotti.
Ducati will bring in a fresh perspective to its 2021 MotoGP line-up after it signed Jack Miller on a one-year deal last week.
In the last few seasons, the MotoGP front-runners have begun to focus their efforts on young riders. Now that Ducati has signed 25-year-old Jack Miller to its factory team, it suggests the experienced riders' days at the front are numbered.
Pramac MotoGP team boss Francesco Guidotti admits he expects to lose Jack Miller to the factory Ducati outfit for the 2021 season.
Jack Miller says weight management will be a key focus during the ongoing break in the 2020 MotoGP season.
Fabio Quartararo led the second day of pre-season MotoGP testing in Malaysia, while reigning world champion Marc Marquez crashed late in the session.
Pramac Ducati rider believes the 2019 MotoGP season was “definitely” his most complete season in grand prix racing, even more so than ’14 when he fought for the Moto3 title.
Pramac Ducati rider Jack Miller says it takes MotoGP riders "two-three years" to adapt to a change of machinery in the premier class these days.
Andrea Dovizioso says he is happy with the early signs from Ducati's "very interesting" 2020 prototype chassis - but warns the gains are "not as big as we want".
Ducati MotoGP rider Andrea Dovizioso feels Jack Miller will benefit from staying "in the same situation" at Pramac in 2020, as he still needs to find more consistency.
Ducati MotoGP riders Danilo Petrucci and Jack Miller have insisted the manufacturer has not discussed with them the prospect of Miller replacing Petrucci in the works team in 2020.
Fabio Quartararo snatched the final pole of the 2019 MotoGP season by 0.032 seconds from Marc Marquez in a close Valencia Grand Prix qualifying.
Jack Miller was critical of riders “suicide-moving” on the inside of Sepang’s final corner in the MotoGP Malaysian Grand Prix, after receiving a heavy hit from Alex Rins.
Franco Morbidelli says he signalled to Jack Miller in the early stages of MotoGP's Japanese Grand Prix to show that he was "pissed off" with the Pramac Ducati rider.
Pramac Ducati MotoGP rider Jack Miller was left "disappointed in myself" after he derailed his Thailand Grand Prix hopes by accidentally tripping the kill switch.
MotoGP champion Marc Marquez says he "couldn't breathe" for five seconds after his massive and "strange" practice crash in Thailand, which he admitted was at least in part his mistake.
Jack Miller says he had to take the opening corners of the MotoGP British Grand Prix as if he was on a “chopper”, after his Ducati’s holeshot device didn’t disengage.