Australia’s Jack Miller is eyeing further improvement despite recording his sixth top-10 finish of the season at the Dutch GP on Sunday.
Miller, who started from 16th on the grid, made a strong start in Assen, gaining four positions at the first corner.
The Alma Pramac Racing rider finished 11th on the road, which become 10th after Andrea Iannone received a two-second penalty for corner-cutting.
“It was a complicated weekend,” said Miller.
“I couldn’t find the right feeling.
“I was expecting a bit more to be honest, but in the race I managed to finish in the top 10 and this is a good result.
“In Germany I want to do better.”
Marc Marquez won the Dutch GP ahead of Alex Rins and Maverick Vinales.
MotoGP™ heads to Sachsenring next for the German GP on 13-15 July.