MotoGP » EXCLUSIVE Jack Miller - Q&A


Crash.net chats with current Moto3 World Championship leader Jack Miller to discuss his break-out GP season so far...

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V4Poweeeer

May 30, 2014 12:29 PM

Only wants to be half as good as the other Aussie gp stars he's got some modesty about him.

Good to see him on Daryl Beatie as well won't if I remember correctly he placed 2nd to Doohan in 97 if i remember correctly and was the closest to beating Mick in points during his 5 year streak on a Suzuki.

Heck why not throw this kid more than enough dollars to get by and have a laugh with his mates Suzuki he won't demand the 8mil that Pedrosa is demanding who knows he might get on well with a gp bike. As good a bet as a moto2 rider imo. Moto2 champ doesn't always mean motogp superstar.

Pedro has expensive taste remember him cheating on his Yacht licence anyone???

Vilas46

May 30, 2014 1:09 PM

Nice interview.. Miller is a great talente, i enjoy the way he speack about is new machine vs old Bike.. i wish Oliveira had the same chance in 2015 and find one Ktm or Honda to fight for the title cause Mahindra=/..

samas

May 30, 2014 1:25 PM

@V4Poweeeer.


Quite right about DB mate he came closer to MD in those 5 years than anyone else and who knows how far he would have went had it not been for the accident that cost him his toes.

Anyway back on topic good interview and I'm no gambler but I reckon Jack's a pretty good bet.

Braaahp

May 30, 2014 1:33 PM

Moto3 riders often blow hot and cold over a season but Jack seems to have stayed strong consistently. If he continues like this then he's got to be seen as a major talent for the future, I don't want to mention any Spaniard's names beginning with 'M' but....

Off topic a bit, for me Moto3 has been the class of the season and I'm looking forward to that race even more than MotoGP or Moto2 where a bit of a pecking order has been established..

SwissJudge

May 30, 2014 2:58 PM

Thought Jack rode superbly in the last moto3 race. moto3 should be about mad racing and we got that. Jack adopted the correct strategy at the end. Very aggressive rider who should do well in moto2 and motogp.

biaggi

May 30, 2014 7:34 PM

Braaahp: Moto3 riders often blow hot and cold over a season but Jack seems to have stayed strong consistently. If he continues like this then he's got to be seen as a major talent for the future, I don't want to mention any Spaniard's names beginning with 'M' but....

Off topic a bit, for me Moto3 has been the class of the season and I'm looking forward to that race even more than MotoGP or Moto2 where a bit of a pecking order has been established..

i like Jck a lot as a rider, but i'm afraid he is not in the same league with the 2 spaniards you did not want to mention

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