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Jack Miller to miss Ducati MotoGP launch due to Covid

Jack Miller will be unable to attend next week's Ducati MotoGP launch after testing positive for Covid-19. The double 2021 race winner is unable to leave his home in Australia, where he has been spending the winter, due to the diagnosis. "G'day guys, unfortunately as you can tell I'm still here at home in Australia due to testing positive for 'Corona', so I'm currently unable to travel and will miss the team presentation," Miller said in a video message on Twitter. "I just want to let you all know that I'm doing fine. No symptoms. Still able to continue training and what not here on the farm. Just unable to travel at this point in time." Related Articles Marc Marquez...
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