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Miller feels ‘big difference’, bike turning ‘more’ than last year at Aragon

Despite losing a little bit of confidence following a setup direction in FP2, Jack Miller recovered to end day one of the Aragon MotoGP fastest.  Crash MotoGP Podcast - Click here to listen to Keith Huewen, Harry Benjamin and our own Pete McLaren talk MotoGP Miller’s late time-attack run saw him edge out Aleix Espargaro by nearly three tenths, while only Cal Crutchlow and Johann Zarco managed to join them in setting sub 1m 48s lap times. Not just Miller, but fellow Ducati riders Zarco, Jorge Martin and Francesco Bagnaia were all inside the top six, which highlights Ducati’ improvements from Aragon 2020.  Regarding the specific gains and where they are coming from, Miller said:...
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