MotoGP Information – MotoGP: Pramac Ducati And Jack Miller…


UPDATE: Some sources are telling us the Jack Miller-Pramac Ducati deal is not only probably, it’s accomplished…

The newest 2018 MotoGP rumours counsel Jack Miller could possibly be on his option to Pramac Ducati.

The younger Australian is reaching the tip of a three-year HRC contract, which it appears is not going to be renewed, however had been tipped to remain at Marc VDS by signing immediately with the Belgian group.

Marc VDS say “discussions with Jack are nonetheless ongoing”, whereas Aprilia and Suzuki have additionally been talked about as potential alternatives for the Assen 2016 winner. However has Pramac Ducati now emerged as favorite?

“Negotiations are going down between Jack Miller and Pramac for the second Desmosedici GP seat, however different groups are occupied with him as properly,” a Ducati spokesman informed Crash.internet.

The final time a younger Australian signed for Ducati it labored out fairly properly…

If a deal is finished, Miller – who will spend the summer time break racing for Honda at Suzuka – would be part of the newly re-signed Danilo Petrucci, taking on from Scott Redding.

The Englishman is at present contracted on to Ducati and, if retained, may probably be moved to one of many different satellite tv for pc groups – Aspar or Avintia – that are but to verify any 2018 riders.

When it comes to different choices Redding returned to Marc VDS – the place he had raced in Moto2 and headed by his private supervisor Michael Bartholemy – in 2015, earlier than becoming a member of Pramac. May he be again for a 3rd time?

Marc VDS have up to now signed Moto2 title chief Franco Morbidelli for one among their RCV seats subsequent season. Tito Rabat is at present team-mate to Miller, however recognized to be in talks with Avintia Ducati.

By Peter McLaren

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