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Miller hails 'unreal' MotoGP podium return at Valencia GP

Pramac Ducati rider Jack Miller says his MotoGP Valencia Grand Prix podium felt "unreal" having not made a rostrum appearance since August's Styrian GP. Miller managed back-to-back podiums at the Red Bull Ring, but had only scored one top five since then prior to Sunday's Valencia GP, where he finished runner-up Franco Morbidelli after a last-lap duel. The Australian was in a position to fight for victory in the French GP before an engine issue ruled him out, while his Emilia Romagna race ended early when his bike hoovered up a discarded visor tear-off from Fabio Quartararo. Speaking after the race, Miller said: "Yeah, it's just nice to have that luck turned around a bit....
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