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UPDATED: Jack Miller tests positive for Covid, Ducati MotoGP launch postponed

UPDATE: Ducati has announced that, following the news of Jack Miller's positive Covid test and resulting absense from its planned 2022 MotoGP team launch on January 28, the factory has decided to postpone the launch until February 7. Miller, who is asymptomatic, is currently in self-isolation in Australia and will do a second PCR test next week. His inability to travel at the moment means that the official team photoshoot cannot take place in time for the January 28 'virtual' launch. Meanwhile, the 2022 Ducati MotoGP livery will now be unveiled on January 31, on the first day of the Shakedown test at Sepang in Malaysia, where test rider Michele Pirro will be on track for the first time...
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