Jack Miller

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Full Name : Jack Peter Miller

Country : Australia 🇦🇺

Career Statistics

Races : 212 | Poles : 10 | Wins : 10



Jack Miller enters the final year of his two-year contract with KTM in 2024, aiming to build on his successes from the previous season and secure his first race win with the Austrian manufacturer. If Miller achieves this milestone, he could make history as the first MotoGP rider to win with three different brands, barring victories from Maverick Vinales or Alex Rins with Aprilia and Yamaha, respectively.

Hailing from Townsville, Australia, Jack Miller began his racing journey in motocross, securing six Australian titles before transitioning to road racing in 2009. His foray into European competition saw him clinch his first IDM title in 2011 at just 16 years old. Miller made his World Championship debut in the 125cc class the same year, competing in six Grands Prix.

In 2012, Miller contested the full Moto3 World Championship season, racing with the Caretta Technology Team. His prominence grew in 2013, setting the stage for a breakthrough year.

Signed by the esteemed Red Bull KTM Ajo team for 2014, Miller emerged as a title contender in Moto3. Despite fierce competition, he secured ten podiums, including six wins and eight pole positions, ultimately finishing as championship runner-up, narrowly missing out on the title by two points.

Miller’s MotoGP journey commenced in 2015 with LCR Honda, bypassing Moto2 after a successful Moto3 campaign. Despite initial skepticism, he showcased steady progress and emerged as the top performer among the four open Honda riders.

Moving to Marc VDS Honda for 2016, Miller achieved a historic victory at Assen, becoming the first satellite rider since 2006 to win a premier-class race. Despite challenges due to injuries and technical issues, he continued to demonstrate his potential with notable performances throughout the season.

Remaining at Marc VDS Honda for 2017, Miller continued to improve, securing two sixth-place finishes and advancing to 11th overall in the championship standings. However, contractual negotiations with Honda led to Miller signing with Ducati’s Pramac team for the 2018 season.

Miller’s tenure at Pramac Ducati saw him make an immediate impact, earning his first MotoGP pole position in Argentina and achieving several top-five finishes. In 2019, upgraded to the latest Ducati machinery, he secured five podiums and finished eighth in the championship.

Elevated to the factory Ducati team in 2021, Miller faced challenges but managed to secure two race wins and a career-best fourth in the standings. His move to KTM in 2023 marked a new chapter, where he achieved his first podium with the Austrian manufacturer at Jerez.

In 2024, Miller remains with Red Bull KTM alongside Brad Binder, aiming to secure his maiden victory and potentially make history as the first rider to win with three different MotoGP manufacturers.