Jack Miller could not have started his Japanese Grand Prix better, as he finished the first day of this sixteenth round of the season with the fastest time. In his analysis of this start at Motegi, Fabio Quartararo clearly identified the strength of the Ducati, which lies in an acceleration optimized by its leveling corrector. The one in red confirms and, as a hardened Australian, even explains the reason…
It’s a jack miller rightfully inhabited by the noble sense of accomplishment left by the Motegi this fridayplace that later opened the first Japanese Grand Prix in the world, since its last edition dates from 2019. The Australian who will ride a KTM in 2023 thus has, with his present Ducatiset the fastest time of the day with a lead of just 0.028 seconds over his fellow World Championship candidate Pecco bagnaia and 0.049 seconds on the leader of the general fabio quartararo.
” It was a good day admits JackAss. ” I enjoyed the longest session., I was able to do a lot of work. It was good to change the bike a bit and then compare it with the same tyres. We understood what gearing means for the bike in constant weather conditions. “. And he adds: Of course, we still keep an eye on the time we had left. We ended up putting on a new set of tires. The track is in good condition, the bike works very, very well here. Correct, lap time could have been a bit betterbut we can still improve tomorrow “.
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Jack Miller: ” with grade control it’s now a joy to drive here »
After two years of hiatus due to the pandemic, MotoGP returns to Japan, with machines that have nothing to do with those of 2019. And especially because of the device to adjust the trim of the machine according to the circumstances, a subject very well treated. worked for Ducati…” These devices have been designed precisely for such tracings. The uphill chicane used to be a timing issue. Now it is a pleasure to travel here. The asphalt looks like three years ago “.
Next, Miller revealed that he uses the crop control a lot: ” I use it in turn 1, in the last corner, then also in the exit of turns 2 and 4. Then in the small straight before the back straight and flat also in the stage. I think we use it quite often here, is comparable to the track in Austria “. And all this in the most perfect respect for the norms. But what were the Japanese manufacturers thinking?
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