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Miller: It seemed a master stroke, then the clouds came in

The hard front tyre may have given Factory Ducati riders Francesco Bagnaia and Jack Miller race-winning pace, but the risk outweighed the reward as they both crashed out. Crash MotoGP Podcast - Click here to listen to Keith Huewen, Harry Benjamin and our own Pete McLaren talk MotoGP Miller was first to go, losing the front into Turn 15 on lap 4 while acting as a bodyguard between title contender Bagnaia and eventual winner Marc Marquez, having backed out of an earlier chance to pass. "[Bagnaia's] rear tyre looked like it took more time to get going. I was close to passing him but I backed out of it," Miller said. "I felt I had really good pace. We got quite close at T10 when...
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