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#JM43 Jack Miller
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Red Bull KTM Factory Racing



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173 cm


64 kg


Jack Miller made his road race debut in 2009 after beginning his career on dirt and debuted in the 125 World Championship soon after. Taking the 125 IDM crown on his way to full time competition on the world stage, Miller first impressed in 2013 when he proved a consistent frontrunner with Racing Team Germany. A title challenge with Red Bull KTM Ajo in 2014 saw Miller just miss out to Alex Marquez, before he made the incredible move from Moto3™ straight to MotoGP™ in 2015.

After a tough rookie season, Miller took a stunning maiden win in 2016 at the TT Circuit Assen, despite a season that began with a broken leg and was then subsequently interrupted by more injury. Taking a good number of top ten results, Miller remained with the Estrella Galicia 0,0 Marc VDS team for 2017 and impressed once more before moving to Pramac for 2018 and switching from Honda to Ducati machinery. More consistent and taking his first pole position, it was a solid season for the Australian who remained with Pramac Racing in 2019 and on GP19, Miller was super impressive. Five podiums came the number 43’s way in and he continued to show his class throughout 2020, earning another four podium finishes, though that first win in Ducati colours still escaped him. A move to the factory squad was deserved and he delivered in 2021: two victories, three further podiums and fourth in the World Championship. Miller again proved his quality in 2022 with seven podiums, including the best MotoGP™ performance of his career when he won with ease in Japan. After five years in red, Miller donned the orange of KTM - and the season started strong with a double podium at the Spanish GP. Another Sprint podium was claimed at the German GP but after a lowkey second half of the season, Miller will be hoping regular rostrum charges come in his second season with KTM in 2024.