Jack Miller remains nonchalant about potential Pramac return if Ducati deal fails


Jack Miller’s The name has become synonymous with the sport of MotoGP simply because he loves it dearly. The Ducati factory rider has a larger than life personality that shines through every time he’s on the track. The Australian is expecting some big news about his future as his Ducati contract expires at the end of the 2022 season.

Now Jack Miller will join a host of other riders looking for a place in MotoGP next season. With the next MotoGP races being held in European countries, Miller knows it’s a now-or-never situation for him if he wants a place in motorsport’s premier league in 2023.

Two other riders yet to sign a contract are Enea Bastianini, who currently rides for the Gresini Racing MotoGP Team, and Oramac Racing’s Jorge Martin. Bastianini has already won two races this season so his future is secure in the game, as is that of Jorge Martin, who has taken pole position twice in Qatar and Austin and also secured a podium finish in Argentina.

“I’m only here to ride a motorcycle” : Jack Miller wants to continue riding in MotoGP despite uncertain contract speculation

Jack Miller

While Bastianini and Martin are potential bets on the works seats, Francesco Bagnaia and Jack Miller, along with a few sophomore drivers, remain for the other works seats. Bagnaia has already renewed his Ducati Lenovo contract, leaving Miller with the young riders to fight for the last remaining spot.

Now fans are speculating if Miller will have to return to Pramac next season if he loses in the factory seat. When asked about it, he said: “It would not matter to me. As you can see the bikes are all good. You are fantastic. I’m just here to ride my bike and do my best. That’s all. If I get a job at Ducati next year, that’s what it is. I would be more than happy to stick with it. I love the group I’m in. Like I said, I’m just concentrating on this year. I focus on getting the best out of myself.

As of now, Jack Miller is seventh in the championship standings, 30 points away from Bastianini who is in P1. Only four races have been held so far, and more are to come. What does the future hold for the Australian rider? Only time can tell.

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