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MotoGP News: Miller 'looked like he was in his first or second year' when he joined Pramac

Newly-promoted factory Ducati rider Jack Miller "looked like he was in his first or second year" of MotoGP when he first joined the Pramac squad in 2018, according to team boss Francesco Guidotti. Last week, Ducati announced it would be promoting Miller to its works line-up in 2021 off the back of an impressive 2019 campaign for the 25-year-old with Danilo Petrucci set to depart from the factory line-up as a result. Miller already had three seasons of experience in the premier class under his belt when he joined Pramac, having progressed to MotoGP directly from Moto3 in 2015 as a Honda protégé and spending one year at LCR and then two seasons at Marc VDS, the first of which...
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