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Miller: Everybody wants to be on a Ducati, proud to be part of history

Jack Miller has claimed his second consecutive MotoGP podium after finishing third behind Francesco Bagnaia and Jorge Martin.  Miller, who started the race in the same third place as he finished, had to recover from an early part of the Grand Prix that saw him go from second to sixth.  After challenging pole sitter Martin for the lead at the beginning of lap two, Miller quickly lost places to Suzuki riders Joan Mir and Alex Rins, team-mate Bagnaia and a quick-starting Fabio Quartararo.  But as the race went on, Miller used his extra rear grip to make his way back into third before closing in on race leaders Bagnaia and Martin.  Related Articles Bagnaia: Valencia win ‘the best way to...
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