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Jack Miller 'lost grip, lost everything'

A loss of feeling in his hand stalled Jack Miller's podium attack in the Jerez season-opener, but a loss of front grip would have even greater consequences in Sunday's Andalucia race. Check out the Crash MotoGP YouTube channel - CLICK HERE The Pramac Ducati rider climbed swiftly from seventh to fourth on lap 1, then set about chasing down the factory Yamahas of Maverick Vinales and Valentino Rossi. But Miller struggled to pass Vinales and, when an out-braking attempt saw the Australian run wide at Turn 6, was passed by his own team-mate and front row starter Francesco Bagnaia. Bagnaia then overtook Vinales at the same corner a lap later, with Miller finally making his own pass on the M1...
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