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Miller: I was giving it some! Rear just let go really quickly

Jack Miller suffered a highside crash at turn three, but not before putting his factory Ducati second on the grid for tomorrow’s Catalan MotoGP.  The winner in Jerez and Le Mans had to go through Q1 following a difficult FP3 session, but the Australian used the first qualifying session to good effect - setting a time of 1:38.900s.  In the Q2 session, Miller’s time came on what should have been his penultimate flying lap, however, the Ducati rider suffered the big crash just three corners later at turn three.  "To be honest, I’ve come out of it rather well for a turn three highside. I did my fastest lap and then the next one - only had one tyre for the Q2 - and the next one,...
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