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Miller: GP17 'very competitive, as we saw last year'

If MotoGP testing to date is anything to go by, Jack Miller could be one of the surprises of the 2018 season. Switching to Pramac Ducati after three premier-class seasons at Honda, the young Australian has been able to banish the inconsistency from his RCV days, setting the fifth fastest (+0.5s) lap at Sepang and then sixth best (+0.4s) at Buriram. Is it possible that riding a difficult bike at the start of his MotoGP career is paying off now? "It's hard to say. For sure I learned how to manage wheelie and stuff like that over the last three years, because that was a key point of the Honda," Miller replied. "That's what Marc does so well on the Honda and also Dani. They get...
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