Offbeat crash prevents podium: Jack Miller puzzles over Yamaha strength in Jerez

17:26  27 july  2020
17:26  27 july  2020 Source:   de.motorsport.com

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Another week, another MotoGP victory for Fabio Quartararo in Jerez . Bagnaia quickly snatched second from Rossi and Vinales fell behind Jack Miller and Franco Morbidelli, only for the former to lock up at Turn 9 with 15 laps to go and crash out and the latter – also chasing a first podium – to suffer a

Jack Miller again had chances for a top 3 result: When fighting with the Yamaha riders, the Ducati driver cannot play the strengths of his machine so well

Pramac- Ducati driver Jack Miller was also in good shape at the second Jerez race. In the race, the Australian fought for second place in the chasing group, but dropped out in lap eleven after a fall. The extreme temperatures caused the tire temperature in the front wheel to rise.

"I had a few moments of fright. I had trouble overtaking the Yamaha. I tried a few times to pull past Vinales as it slowed down. But it was really difficult to survive against the Yamahas. When I was over I tried to avoid the slipstream, but the front tire got too hot, "Miller says.

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JEREZ , Spain (Reuters) - Fabio Quartararo of Petronas Yamaha led from start to finish in the scorching heat of Jerez to win an incident-packed Andalusian Bagnaia, who had never finished on the podium , capitalised on mistakes from Miller and Vinales to move up to third and he eased past Rossi whose

Jack Miller believes Marc Marquez’s injury and withdrawal from the Andalusian Grand Prix means he is now a The non-score in last weekend’s Spanish GP owing to his crash , coupled with his non-start in Pramac Ducati rider Miller ended last Sunday’s race fourth, having run in the podium places for

"I felt that. I wanted to compensate somehow when braking," says the Pramac driver, who went down on turn 9. "When I released the brake, the front wheel collapsed."

Jack Miller © Provided by motorsport.com Jack Miller

Jack Miller felt that the front tire was getting too hot

Photo: Motorsport Images

"I can't explain why the Yamahas came out of the corners so well. I couldn't do it easily overtake like a week ago, "muses the Pramac driver, who, unlike team-mate Francesco Bagnaia, had no technical problems.

"Everything was fine with my motorcycle. I can't complain about that," Miller said. The Ducati driver also coped better physically than at the start a week ago: "I couldn't drive the entire race. But it was better compared to last week."

"I had no problems and I cannot complain. The low liability was the biggest problem. That caused problems for me. I wanted to drive as conservatively as possible, but at the same time I wanted to be fast," reports the future Ducati factory driver.

Miller dropped to seventh in the World Cup due to the retirement in the second Jerez race. World Cup leader Fabio Quartararo is already 37 points short. "You have to take it from race to race. A lot of drivers made mistakes," commented Miller, who continues to see himself as a World Cup candidate. The Australian will train in his adopted home Andorra until the upcoming race in Brno.

With images from Motorsport Images .

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