MotoGP began its five-week summer time break following the Dutch TT on June 26, 2022. Before the groups and riders return for that second half of the 2022 season, many are resting and recuperating from the hectic Grand Prix tempo.
While different racers are recharging for a season-end push, Jack Miller is staying in form. The Australian rider returned to the Land Down Under through the prolonged vacation, however he’s seizing each alternative for additional seat time. Trading in his leathers for an MX equipment, Miller competed in a number of courses of MXStore’s Battle within the Bush over the weekend of July 8-10, 2022.
Number 43’s participation definitely elevated the competitors, however the occasion additionally put the Ducati Factory rider in a singular place. Prior to MotoGP’s summertime hiatus, the Aussie signed a contract with the KTM Factory group for the 2023 season. Miller might want to end the 2022 season with Ducati, however the Bologna model doesn’t manufacture devoted off-road bikes.
For that cause, Miller piloted a pair of KTM motocross fashions through the Battle within the Bush. However, he nonetheless must signify Ducati till the top of the 2022 season. A customized graphics equipment ensured that Miller met these obligations, however the mixture of Ducati logos and KTM’s orange-painted body was a sight to see.
Despite the sponsorship technicalities, Miller lived as much as expectations by taking the Open class with a runner-up end in race 1 and a victory in race two. The 27-year-old rider racked up a second total consequence within the 125cc two-stroke class because of a third- and a second-place end. Although, Miller most likely had probably the most enjoyable within the occasion’s Three-Hour Moto Relay. Teaming up with Jake Gook, Ryan Thomas, and Matt McAlpine, Thriller Miller added a seventh-place end to his tally.
MotoGP will return with the British Grand Prix on the iconic Silverstone Circuit on August 7, 2022. Miller will get pleasure from his Battle within the Bush success earlier than returning to the MotoGP paddock for the ultimate 9 races of his Ducati profession.