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September 17, 2014 9:10 PM

MotoGP » Official: Jack Miller to MotoGP with Honda

peewee: Honda obviously have more faith in him than many on this site, he will be learning on a lower class slower bike compared to factory machines. He is not going to set the world alight from there but he has the opportunity to prove his worth. To suggest honda is trying to appease an Australian audience is ludicrous, if it was political there are riders from much more populated countries which provide a massive market compared to the paltry sales potential from Australia. Maybe we should leave the riding assessment till after he has actually thrown a leg over the seat at least once.
Honda are getting a few blokes primed for 2017, they know more about riders than any of us do. This could go either way but as quoted above, lets just wait until he throws a leg over it before we judge him.. He may just surprise.


September 18, 2014 10:17 AM

MotoGP » Official: Jack Miller to MotoGP with Honda

herewego: I actually don't think Jack Miller is as good as he is cracked up to be!! Yes, he has won some races, but over the last few, he hasn't shown such dominance and has looked fairly average! There are other riders in Moto3 who, in my opinion are far better like Rins, Marquez and Vasquez to name just 3. I think Jack will be one of those riders who fail miserably when it comes to the big boys races as I really don't think he is up to it yet and needs a few more years experience. Not a good move.
Well, we'll know in a year or so aye?

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