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Miller 'gave up' on MotoGP title hopes after Le Mans

Jack Miller says his ninth in the Aragon Grand Prix didn't impact his MotoGP title hopes as he "already gave up that ghost" at Le Mans. The Pramac Ducati rider struggled in the opening stages of Sunday's race for rear grip on his medium rear, but was anticipating to come on strong as the frontrunners suffered a drop with their soft rubber. This never happened, however, and Miller could do no more than ninth having started from fifth. But he says this result hasn't impacted his title challenge as he admits his "inevitable" engine-related retirement from the French GP the week before effectively ended his hopes. "I already gave up that ghost last weekend," he...
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