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Free practice (1) results from the German Moto3 Grand Prix at Sachsenring, round 9 of 18.

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TrueFan

July 11, 2014 9:42 AM

Miller has somehow attracted a bunch of haters, but he consistently features at the top end of the time sheets. He put down three or four very fast laps near the end of that session,,, Of the main contenders, Vasquez put in a few quick laps too, not far from Miller. Fenati still has some work to do to get closer, and Rins and Marquez still have some work to do, although Rins won last year, so no doubt he'll improve quickly.

Front row last year was low to mid 27s. Understandably, no-one is there yet.

V4Poweeeer

July 11, 2014 10:24 AM

Jack Miller what does the future hold all I know is as far as Aussie riders go Jack if he pulls off a moto3 title he will be the first Aussie rider to win in the moto3/125 class since Tom Phillis won it in 1961.

Kieth Campbell and Kel Caruthers won a 250 and a 350 title respectively in Carruthers in 1969 and Cambell in 1957.

For that reason alone Aussie fans should be very interested in what Jack is doing as the kid has the potential to be our most successful riders in not an easy feat though I even have reservations about Marc beating Doohans 5 years of back to back titles.

Jack is all we've got at the moment and you can bet yourself theres alot of people who care more about his success than listening to his interview just let the riding do the talking.

Realist

July 11, 2014 6:18 PM

vlady: See.. Jack Miller is the real deal.. He's the one who will challenge MM.. He only needs to learn some manner from his fellow OZ.. yep Ant West.. Not the other OZ..



Putting the cart wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy before the horse aren't you?!!?

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