Jack Miller, the 25 year old Australian, will be moving up from the satellite Pramac Ducati team to a factory team with Ducati beginning in the 2021 season, replacing Danilo Petrucci and snagging one of the two factory seats. Miller and Ducati have agreed to a one year contract, with an option to extend into 2022.
Miller made his debut on the GP grid in 2015 and then joined Ducati Pramac Racing team in 2018.
“We are convinced that Jack has all the right skills to fight continuously for the positions that matter, in every race, starting already this season with the Desmosedici GP20 of the Pramac Racing Team, and taking a further step forward next year thanks to the support of the Ducati Team.” – Claudio Domenicali, CEO of Ducati Motor Holding.
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