“Enea Bastianini rode the perfect race; It was a shame for Pecco, maybe there was a 100% Ducati podium’ – Jack Miller

Jack Miller scored another podium this year after finishing second at Le Mans on Sunday. The Ducati rider shared most of his time on the track with Pecco Bagnaia and Enea Bastianini, riders whose race he analyzed at the end of the race.

About Bastianini:

– This little bastard has abandoned me more than twice, I can assure you. He is always strong in the final stages of the races, he always manages to have a good rhythm, he manages the tires very well. I think he rode the perfect race and made no mistakes.

About Bagnaia:

– As for Pecco, he was having a good race. I thought he had the rhythm to escape, so much so that I let him pass me. I realized that when he took my measurements at turn seven and tried to pass me on the outside at turn eight. I could always block him from inside but I didn’t want to disturb him. My idea was to work together and escape. After three laps, I saw that he had problems on the right side, especially in turn eight and the last corner. When Enea passed me and then set eyes on Pecco, I was like, ‘Here we go. Pecco gave it his all in the last game and ended up throwing it all away. It was a shame, maybe we could get on the podium with only Ducati riders.

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