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Miller continues to improve at Sepang

Miller continues to improve at Sepang

On his second day of testing at the Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia, Jack Miller upped his pace by nearly two seconds as he continued his apprenticeship on-board the CWM LCR Honda RC213V-RS.

Track conditions were much improved from the first day of testing and the Australian was able to consistently make progress as he and his team work to adapt the new bike to his requirements.

Dark clouds hung over the circuit for the majority of the day but, before they dropped their payload at 4pm as per usual, Miller was able to complete a best lap of 2’03.1, compared with a 2’04.9 on Day 1.

CWM LCR Honda’s final test of the year concludes tomorrow at Sepang, with the 19 year-old hoping to get in a couple of long runs to test out his fitness over a race distance.

Jack Miller #43 (2’03.1, 48 laps):
“Today I’m particularly happy with the progress we have made on the bike. I certainly seem to have found a bit of the confidence we have been lacking. We were quicker on every single exit from the pits, so that makes us all happier.

“We got to try another tyre on the rear and this also worked quite well. Tomorrow we will aim to make a couple of longer runs to see how my physical condition is over several laps and hopefully the weather will hold out a bit longer.”

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MotoGP, 2015, Jack Miller, LCR Honda

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