Jack Miller continues to impress during his first season on Ducati factory machinery, the Australian celebrating a strong P4 finish at the Argentina GP on Sunday.
Miller started strongly from the second row at Termas de Rio Hondo, moving up to P3 on the opening lap before falling back to P7 midway through the race.
The resilient Aussie battled past Franco Morbidelli, Danilo Petrucci and Alex Rins for fourth place, finishing less than two seconds behind third-placed Andrea Dovizioso.
“I am obviously satisfied with the result we achieved in Argentina, although I may have lacked some experience,” Miller said.
“I fought a lot with Petrucci and Morbidelli and this duel made me lose contact with the riders in front. All thing considered it’s OK, because today we have learned a lot.
“We are working very well and for this I thank the team.”
The next MotoGP™ race takes place on 14 April at COTA, a track Miller has previously won at in the Moto3™ class.
The battle for 2nd rages on!
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