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MotoGP, Miller: "Ducati is like Ferrari, criticized regardless of the decisions they make"

"What happened in the middle of the group between Bastianini and Bagnaia was stupid, I know what my role is. I'm no longer the wild boy I used to be, I've changed and for the better"

MotoGP: Miller:

Jack Miller is the man of the moment, after winning at Motegi and finishing 2nd at Buriram. His professional life is about to change, with the move to KTM at the end of the season, and his personal life too, with his wedding in a few days.

“I'm no longer that wild boy I used to be, I've changed for the better. Having a quiet and stable life at home, not always being alone in Andorra, but having someone to talk to besides the dog makes things easier. Bad days are less bad with someone by your side," he said in an exclusive interview with Motorsport.

The Australian also spoke of the criticism that Ducati is attracting in this season finale.

“I have the feeling that everyone has an opinion on the Italian manufacturers. If you look at Formula 1, Ferrari is targeted regardless of the decisions they make. The same goes for Ducati - he said - And this happens because the bosses are very visible, they are characters and this makes them more vulnerable, it exposes them much more than others”.

He also had an opinion team orders and did not like Bastianini's overtaking move on Bagnaia in the Japanese GP.

"In my opinion, what happened at Motegi, in the middle of the group, between Pecco and Enea, should never have happened - he said - It was stupid, it was an example of a rider who didn't have clear ideas at that moment. I have already found myself in that position, with Dovizioso and also with Bagnaia. And I was very clear about my role. There is no glory in fighting for fourth or fifth place. But these guys are young and hungry ".

To read the complete interview, click HERE.

 

 

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