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Giant-killers: When Jack Miller proved he wasn't 'an idiot'

As the grid lined up for the start of the 2016 Dutch TT - the first MotoGP race in the Netherlands not to be held on its traditional Saturday slot - 167 grands prix had passed since a rider on a satellite machine took to the top step of the podium. That streak would be ended by an unlikely figure In one of MotoGP's most dramatic days, Toni Elias beat Valentino Rossi by 0.002 seconds at Estoril in 2006 to win for the Gresini team on a customer Honda and give the RC211V its final victory, as the switch to 800cc bikes for 2007 birthed the initially troublesome RC212V. In the grand scheme of things, Elias' win would also ultimately deny Rossi the 2006 title, but that's not really important to...
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