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Miller only man to challenge Marquez in Le Mans

Miller only man to challenge Marquez in Le Mans

Pramac Racing rider takes a P4 from Le Mans after another hugely positive weekend 

Pramac Racing’s Jack Miller took it to eventual race winner Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) in the early stages of the Shark Helmets Grand Prix de France, but in the end the Australian eventually had to settle for a more than respectable P4 at the chequered flag.

Miller launched from the front row for the first time since last year’s Japanese GP and made a good start, holding position before getting past second place Danilo Petrucci (Ducati Team) on his way to taking the lead of the race. But the GP19 rider couldn’t keep Marquez at bay for long as the reigning World Champion started to edge clear of Miller and Ducati Team’s Andrea Dovizioso.

In the end, both Dovi and Petrucci would finish just ahead of Miller, but finishing 2.9 seconds off the race win and less than a second off both factory Ducatis means it’s been another very good weekend for the 24-year-old.

“Yeah yeah definitely. We’ve been where we were at the start of the race a couple of times but never really stuck it out or seen it through to the end like that,” commented Miller, when asked if this is one of his best races in the premier class to date.








11 wins in a row for Bautista and Ducati

11 wins in a row for Bautista who continues to set new WorldSBK records, whilst van der Mark was second in front of a huge home crowd!

Once more, WorldSBK went to war on the famous TT Circuit Assen layout, with ten riders in the leading group in the early stages. However, after an incredible start, Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK) couldn’t hold off Alvaro Bautista (ARUBA.IT Racing – Ducati) any longer, as the Spaniard battled through to take an 11th race win of the year!

A frantic first lap saw Jonathan Rea erupt through the grid from eighth and was already up to the lead by Turn 5, in what was an impressive opening few corners from the reigning four-time champion. Alvaro Bautista was placed in second but under some serous pressure from home-hero, Michael van der Mark (Pata Yamaha WorldSBK Team). Leon Haslam (Kawasaki Racing Team) was also right in the mix during the opening laps, whilst Alex Lowes (Pata Yamaha WorldSBK Team) and Chaz Davies (ARUBA.IT Racing – Ducati) completed the top six.

With the last lap upon us, Bautista had secured enough of an advantage to secure another win, and despite a desperate attempt by Rea at Turn 10 to get ahead of van der Mark – where they collided – it wasn’t enough, with the crowd’s favourite battling hard to remain ahead. Bautista took the victory but on a run to the line, Rea got alongside van der Mark, but the Dutch star held on ahead of the reigning four-time WorldSBK Champion! Fourth position was secured by Alex Lowes ahead of Chaz Davies, whilst Markus Reiterberger held off Tom Sykes on a run to the line for his second consecutive sixth position.

Bautista’s win is a new record in WorldSBK, having won the opening 11 WorldSBK races of a season. He gives Ducati their 352nd race win in WorldSBK and their 27th at the TT Circuit Assen. It is also Spain’s 48thwin in the WorldSBK class. With his 11th win, it puts him level with Jonathan Rea in terms of consecutive race wins, something the reigning champion only achieved last year! It also puts him level with Ruben Xaus, Regis Laconi and Stephane Mertens with number of wins in their WorldSBK career.

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