Jack Miller starts from the front row but is forced to brake at the first corner to avoid being involved in the accident between Quartararo and Dovizioso. The Australian pushes hard in the first laps to try to recover on Crutchlow and Morbidelli for the fifth place. The pace is good and from
#BritishGP Quali. Superb front row for Jack following a stunning fight with Marquez and Rossi. Pecco will start from row 6 tomorrow.
At the end of a fantastic last flying lap with Marc Marquez and Valentino Rossi, Jack Miller conquers his third "front row" of the season and tomorrow will start from P3. The Australian, that qualified directly to Q2, has put in place a perfect strategy and found himself fighting for pole position with
#BritishGP FP. Positive start to Silverstone week end for Pramac Racing. Jack and Pecco enthusiastic about the new asphalt
FP1 (Practice conditions: Dry. Air 18°. Ground 23). P10 Jack Miller (2'01.535, + 1.583 from P1) P14 Francesco Bagnaia (2’01.852, + 1.900 from P1) FP2 (Practice conditions: Dry. Air 25°. Ground 40°) P7 Jack Miller (2'00.428, +0.916 from P1) Following a good time attack, the Australian conquers the 7th position (P9 in the
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Pramac Racing extends the agreement with Jack Miller for the 2020 MotoGP season. The Australian will ride a Ducati Desmosedici GP 20.
Pramac Racing wishes to announce that an agreement has been reached with Jack Miller to extend his contract for the 2020 MotoGP season. The Australian rider, who is contracted directly with Ducati, will defend the colours of the Ducati factory supported team in the MotoGP World Championship on board a Ducati Desmosedici GP
#AustrianGP RACE. Pecco finishes in P7 his best race of the season. Jack fights for the podium until lap 7
Francesco Bagnaia concludes his best race of the season with a precious seventh place. Jack Miller crashed on lap 7 when he was fighting for the podium. The Austrian GP, won in an extraordinary way by Dovizioso, gave many emotions. Pecco didn't start well but from the first laps his race pace was
#AustrianGP #MotoE RACE. Alex and Josh put in a great (wet) race to take the 4th and 7th place at the Red Bull Ring
The second round of the 2019 #MotoE season ends with an excellent result for Octo Pramac MotoE thanks to Alex De Angelis' fourth place and Josh Hook's great comeback. Alex starts very well from the third row and at the end of the first lap is already in fourth position. On lap 2
AustrianGP #MotoE Quali. Alex places in 9th after a good SuperPole, while Josh will start from Row 5
Alex De Angelis wins a precious third row in the #AustrianGP SuperPole conditioned by the very high temperature of the asphalt (48°) which has limited the performance of the 18 MotoE riders. The Italian was the only one with Raffin to improve the FP3 lap-time also thanks to the changes on the set
#AustrianGP Quali. Superb qualifying for Pramac Racing as Pecco and Jack notch up the 5th and 8th quickest time.
Francesco Bagnaia will start tomorrow from the second row after the best qualifying of his season. Jack finishes 8th and will be on the third row of the #AustrianGP grid tomorrow. These are the high lights of a Saturday that gave very positive indications to Pramac Racing. In FP3 Pecco didn’t manage to
#AustrianGP #MotoE FP. The first day at Spielberg came to an end with Alex and Josh placed respectively in P13 and P16.
On the first day of free practice at the Red Bull Ring, Alex De Angelis and Josh Hook became familiar with a completely new circuit for them. Both Octo Pramac MotoE riders worked hard on the set up of their Energica Ego to find the best feeling for tomorrow's SuperPole.