Miller hoping to continue form in Jerez

Jack Miller: "More than anything, we need to continue our work from where we left off in the last event in Termas."

Miller hoping to continue form in Jerez
Jack Miller, Team LCR Honda and Hiroshi Aoyama, Repsol Honda Team and Nicky Hayden, Aspar Racing Team Honda
Jack Miller, Team LCR Honda and Hiroshi Aoyama, Repsol Honda Team
Jack Miller, LCR
Third place Jack Miller
Jack Miller leads

The MotoGP World Championship begins the European leg of its season this weekend, with the traditional Spanish Grand Prix taking place at the southern Jerez de la Frontera circuit as it has for the past 28 years.

For CWM LCR Honda rider Jack Miller the race represents another chance to showcase his huge talent, having succeeded in topping the Open class at the last event in Argentina, in just his third GP in the premier class. The rookie Australian took pole position at the Andalusian track in Moto3 last year, so will hope that can spur him on to yet more Spanish success.

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“Where do I start?! After a really good race in Argentina, I’m so looking forward to riding this weekend in Spain. I mean, Jerez is a really different style of circuit to the last three tracks we have been to, because they are all wide-open and flat tracks. Here it’s really tight and technical, and I think that’s so much better for me.”

“More than anything, we need to continue our work from where we left off in the last event in Termas. Our aim is simply to keep improving and closing the gap to the riders in front at every opportunity.”

CWM LCR Honda

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