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Miller: “I’m not comfortable on the bike”

Miller: “I’m not comfortable on the bike”

Jack Miller discusses track conditions at the Automotodrom Brno after finishing Friday’s practice as the top Open Honda.

Miller put in an excellent day’s work on day one in the Czech Republic, ending the day as the top Open Honda rider yet again.

The CWM LCR Honda man found the greasy and bumpy Brno circuit a handful on board his Honda RC213V-RS, and the morning session saw him finish in 22nd position. However with some tweaks to the machine by his crew, he improved his lap time by a full second in the afternoon practice, to end the day in 17th overall and positive about qualifying.

Jack Miller: “This morning was a disaster, but we seemed to have pulled through that. This afternoon was an improvement – even if the grip levels were a lot lower. I saw a lot of riders going down and it was a little bit scary at the start there. It’s really bumpy here, entering the corner on the brakes it just doesn’t want to co-operate, so we’ll work on our front stability tomorrow. It was good though in the afternoon, we improved a lot of things, although we’re still not where we want to be. I’m not comfortable on the bike here over the bumps, so we’ve got a few things to look at and the boys will be helping me to get it right. We’re the fastest Open Honda out there at the moment so that's a positive, but we’re not quite where we want to be.”

MotoGP, 2015, bwin GRAND PRIX ČESKÉ REPUBLIKY, FP2, Jack Miller, LCR Honda

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