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Marc VDS rider Jack Miller passed fit for Australian GP

Marc VDS have confirmed that Jack Miller has been passed fit to take part in his home race, the Australian Grand Prix, this weekend. Miller sustained a fractured leg while training last month and as a result was forced to sit out the Japanese round of the championship, with Honda test rider Hiroshi Aoyama filling in for the Australian. On Thursday, Miller underwent a mandatory medical check and was declared fit to compete in this weekend's event at Phillip Island. Miller has just three races remaining with Marc VDS before he switches to Pramac Ducati for the 2018 season. He is currently 13th in the standings.
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