Ducati’s Jack Miller won the Spanish MotoGP Grand Prix

Jack Miller, the Australian official Ducati rider, won the Spanish MotoGP Grand Prix, the fourth round of the World Championship raced Sunday afternoon in Jerez de la Frontera. Miller, who started from the front row from third position, overtook Fabio Quartararo with about ten laps to go and took his first victory of the season and his second career in MotoGP. His teammate at Ducati, Francesco Bagnaia, finished second (and momentarily tops the rider standings), while Yamaha Petronas’ Franco Morbidelli finished third. The difficulties continue for Valentino Rossi: he started seventeenth and finished the race in the same position, behind his younger brother, Luca Marini.

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