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Miller blames first-lap drama on qualifying dip

MotoGP star Jack Miller says he needs to start qualifying better if he's to avoid first-lap run-ins like the one that compromised his German Grand Prix. Miller was caught up in the drama between Pol Espargargo, Andrea Iannone and Alex Rins on the opening lap of the Sachsenring race, a trip through the gravel trap dumping him to the back of the field. The Aussie fought back to 14th, exactly where he started. While describing himself as an "innocent bystander", Miller says he's happy to take some of the blame for being caught up in the incident. He reckons it's a symptom of a poor run of qualifying form, having now missed Q2 three races on the trot, and that he has to turn that...
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