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Jack Peter Miller was born in Townsville in 1995 and is an Australian motorcycle racer, who currently rides in MotoGP for the Red Bull KTM Factory Racing team.
Jack Miller won his first national dirt track title at just 10 years old. The Australian switched to racing in 2008 and made his racing debut in 2009, in Tasmania, aged 14, after which he competed in the Australian 125cc Championship that same year. He won the MRRDA 125cc championship and subsequently moved to Europe where he raced sporadically in the 125cc World Championship and CEV Buckler and full time in the German IDM 125cc Championship which he won easily.
For the 2015 season, Miller moved up to MotoGP, forming part of Team LCR, accompanying Cal Crutchlow. Miller competed on an Open specification Honda RC213V-RS. He reached his best result with 11th in Catalonia. At the British Grand Prix, Miller moved up many positions in the first two laps, but collided with teammate Crutchlow on lap three.

In 2016, Miller joined the Marc VDS Racing Team. Miller finished 14th in Qatar. In Catalunya, Miller finished the race in 10th place. On June 26, Jack Miller won his first GP at Assen, starting from 19th on the grid. After torrential rain, the race was red flagged and then resumed but shortened by 12 laps. After the crashes of Rossi and Dovizioso, Miller began to gain grid positions before passing Márquez to take his first premier class victory and become the first Moto3 rider to win a MotoGP race, the first Australian rider to win a MotoGP race since Casey Stoner at the 2012 Australian Grand Prix and the first non-works rider to win a race since Toni Elías at the 2006 Portuguese Grand Prix.

Subsequently, in 2018 he would sign for Pramac Racing, where he would remain until 2020, until in 2021 he made the leap to the Official Ducati, replacing Andrea Dovizioso, achieving three victories, two in 2021 in the Jerez Gp and in the following Gp of Le Mans and another in the 2022 Japanese Grand Prix. On June 9, 2022 it was confirmed that he would leave the team to go to official KTM, as Brad Binder's new partner for the years 2023 and 2024.


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