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By Fox Sports

Miller tells Fox Sports his future remains undecided

Australian's plans for 2018 not yet set in stone

Jack Miller has told Fox Sports that – despite the MotoGP™ rumour mill – his plans for 2018 are not yet set in stone. Reportedly, the decision rests between his current team – EG 0,0 Marc VDS, with whom Miller won the Dutch GP in 2016 – and Octo Pramac Racing.

“I (knew) two days ago, three days ago. But now I’m not sure,” Miller recently told the broadcaster. “The satellite Ducati is definitely working well, they’re always there, week in week out. Petrucci near-on could have won in Assen. It’s not a bad team, definitely. Between them and my current team, I think we’ve got quite a close level on what is the best satellite team.”

Before the Czech GP, Miller also impressed in the Suzuka 8 Hours event for MuSAHI RT HARC-PRO – Honda. And what he’s looking for, he tells Fox Sports, is the best machinery:

“I’m 22; I’m not looking to make the huge numbers. I’m looking for a bike where I can really show my true performance.”