Jack Miller has rediscovered his form after taking out fourth place at the British GP.
The Ducati rider nearly snatched a podium off Aleix Espargaro in the dying moments of the race, but the Spaniard was just too desperate to maintain his position.
It was a strong recovery ride from the Queenslander after a disappointing qualifying, with Miller only managing P7 on the grid.
Miller shared after the race, "I would have been happier if I could have finished on the podium today, but I'm delighted with the result because we showed that we have good potential.
“If I had qualified better, maybe I could have done something more today in the race.
“Fortunately, I didn't lose any positions after the start, and after a few laps, I found my rhythm again. I struggled a little bit to catch the front group in the last laps because I couldn't brake in the same way as before, but I still managed to attack Aleix, which was a lot of fun!
“We'll try again in the next race!"
The race was won by Yamaha’s Fabio Quartararo, with Alex Rins (Suzuki) and Espargaro (Aprilia) completing the podium.
The Aussie maintains fifth overall in the championship standings and closes in on his teammate Pecco Bagnaia.
Miller will return to the track on the 12th of September in Aragon.