Miller chooses to part with Ducati at ASBK


Jack Miller has determined the moment of his farewell to Ducati.

However, the separation did not occur in the final MotoGP series this season or at the Valencia GP (6/11), but in the last race of the Australian Superbike (ASBK) which took place at The Bend Motorsport Park Circuit (27/11).

The 27-year-old racer will no longer be a factory Ducati racer in MotoGP next season. He changed flags as a factory KTM racer.

However, because his contract with Ducati just expired at the end of the year, Miller is happy to appear in the race at his own home on a Ducati motorcycle.

“I love racing. Because of that, I can’t wait to appear again in The Bend. I’ll have more fun there with my friends and family,” Miller said as reported by Crash .

This is the second time in a row Miller took part in the ASBK race ending series.

Last season the racer who was born in Townsville, Queensland, Australia, did the same thing. At that time the audience was so enthusiastic to see the proud Australian racer perform in his own home.

“Jack is the icon of motor racing in this country. His presence will increase the area of attention and raise the level of this race. We can’t wait for him to return,” said Australia Motorcycling CEO Peter Doyle.

In MotoGP next season, Miller will join KTM to partner Brad Binder.

Meanwhile, the factory Ducati seat left by Miller has been confirmed to belong to the current Gresini Ducati racer, Enea Bastianini. The Italian will be Francesco Bagnaia’s teammate in the Italian factory team.

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