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Joan Mir: Jack Miller clash 'super dangerous', 'I think it was intentional'

Reigning MotoGP champion Joan Mir believes the 'super dangerous' main straight incident with Jack Miller in Sunday's Doha race was intentional and, as such, deserves a penalty. Mir had forced the Ducati rider wide with a clumsy move into Turn 10 earlier on the same lap, as they battled over fifth place halfway through the race. The Suzuki rider raised his leg in apology as he went past, but as he exited the final corner on a wider line, Miller unleashed his superior straight-line speed. The Australian glanced across as he faded to the outside of the track, before barging shoulders with Mir as they slammed together at the end of the kerbing. Both kept control before gesticulating angrily at...
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