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|10-15-2015, 07:00 AM||#1|
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Jack Miller joins Rabat at Marc VDS for 2016
The Australian will ride the factory Honda RC213V in traditional Marc VDS livery
MARC VDS Racing have announced at Phillip Island today that Jack Miller will be joining the team in the the MotoGP class next season alongside Tito Rabat.
The Marc VDS Racing Team have now confirmed that they will be running two bikes in the MotoGP class in 2016 as Rabat steps up from Moto2 to the factory Honda RC213V in Team Estrella Galaicia 0,0 Marc VDS colours whilst Miller will race in the the traditional Marc VDS Racing livery.
Miller’s current crew, headed by experienced Chief Engineer Cristian Gabarrini, will join the Australian in the Marc VDS Racing Team for the 2016 season.
“I am very enthusiastic on this possibility with Honda and the Marc VDS Racing Team," explained Miller. "I know Marc VDS is a good, strong and experienced team, and they can build a good structure for me to fight for good positions next year.
"As we both have already one year of experience from the top class, I feel that we can gain from the experiences we have to achieve good results together with Honda.”
2016 will be Miller's second season in MotoGP having jumped from Moto3 straight into the premier class after a season long battle saw the Australian lose out on the Moto3 World Title by two-points from winner Álex Márquez.
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