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Injured Jack Miller ruled out of Japanese Grand Prix

Jack Miller has been ruled out of next weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix after sustaining a broken leg in a training accident. Marc VDS confirmed that Miller was training on a trials bike in Andorra and fractured the top of the tibia ‘when he put his right foot down to save a slow speed front-end crash.’ Miller underwent surgery in nearby Barcelona and has had a plate and eight screws inserted to stabilise the fracture. Miller is hopeful of being sufficiently fit in order to compete at his home event in Australia the following weekend, but has been ruled out of action for the Motegi round. “Obviously I'm both disappointed and frustrated to have to sit out the...
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