Ducati pilot performs strongly across the three days in Malaysia.
Jack Miller has exited the opening pre-season MotoGP test at Sepang by making positive changes to his Ducati Desmosedici GP20, the Australian performing strongly across the three days.
The Pramac Racing entry went 5-2-8 on the timesheets over the duration of the test, signifying a promising start to his own development onboard the latest spec Ducati.
“A positive final three-day test in Malaysia,” Miller commented. “We made many changes today, we were lucky that it was dry until the last 20 minutes. We are always happier with how the bike works, there are still a few details to work on.
“But in general, we have always been fast over the three days and we have done what we wanted. Today I had the best time with the medium rear tyre and I was very surprised. We have worked well with the team, now a couple of days to relax and then I will start preparing for Qatar.”
Miller will be out on track next on 22 February in Qatar for the final pre-season test ahead of round, scheduled for 8 March at the Losail circuit.