Saw that, I wonder if he crashed the street version of his racebike in his "testing" when he went out dragging elbows and knees on it? or;
Mir blew the last corner, came in hot and blew his drive offBummer for Mir lol. Those Ducati's engines are killer.
True, but if those were anything other than Duc's behind him, he likely would have won still.Mir blew the last corner, came in hot and blew his drive off
in earlier laps you could see with a 3 bike lead coming out of the last corner nobody passed the bike in front til after the start finish line
He had 2nd in hand and threw it away himself trying too get too much in the final turn....
Bummer for sure, but it was all on him...
Likely not, as he was running for second place not the win!!!!!True, but if those were anything other than Duc's behind him, he likely would have won still.
+1. He was so worried about the Ducatis that he overcooked the corner and guaranteed they would pass him. You could really see it well in the helicopter view they showed during the race recap. He completely blew the corner and way offline coming onto the straight.Mir blew the last corner, came in hot and blew his drive off
Except you can physically see jack look out there before they hit, well before they hit..... I think it was retaliationI'm not really so convinced it was deliberate. He likely didn't even see Mir and was just on his usual corner exit.
They had an interview with both of them, and Miller basically said he was just there where I was going to be.
Sparks flew between the Australian and the Spanish at the TISSOT Doha GP with some questionable riding. Here is their reactionwww.motogp.com
Now, if it WAS deliberate, Miller needs to miss a couple of races.
And in only his second GP, extremely impressive.Wow, that Moto3 kid KILLED it.
+1. He intentionally ran into Mir in retaliation. Dumbass move for sure.That being said (and yes, I know it wasn't penalized) but Jack Miller is a straight up clown.
Another great ride, with class instead of stupidity.Meanwhile Martin shows us what it means to be a good sportsman.