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Miller has made his 'one' acceptable MotoGP mistake in 2020

Jack Miller says his crash from the MotoGP Andalusian Grand Prix was his only acceptable mistake this season, and believes he can still be a title threat. The Pramac Ducati rider declared ahead of the second Jerez race last month - and following reigning world champion Marc Marquez's withdrawal through injury - that he was in the championship hunt. However, after crashing out of the Andalusian GP, Miller admitted he would go back to taking it race by race. While he thinks there is "nothing stopping" him from fighting for the title this season, he says he cannot afford any more mistakes. "It's still early days," said Miller, who sits seventh in the standings - 37 points...
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