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Jack Miller's 'educated guess' on Sepang tyre choice backfires

Jack Miller says his “educated guess” in selecting the medium rear tyre for the MotoGP Malaysian Grand Prix “didn't work”, and he had to battle a “mad vibration” for much of the race. The Pramac rider was the only one of the 23-strong field to opt for the medium option rear, but was unable to capitalise on the compound's durability and was 19 seconds off the lead in eighth.  Miller says he had to “spin the tyre too much” in the opening laps to stick with the leading group, and this caused it to spin on the rim and leave him to battle a “mad vibration” through to the finish, nearly crashing as a result at the final...
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