Jack Miller on his future at Ducati: It’s a s**t part of motorbike racing



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Jack Miller on his future at Ducati: It’s a s**t part of motorbike racing

Jack Miller is not happy with the season so far, so many emphasize that Miller could leave. Miller himself had something to say about his future: "Nope. No discussions. What am I to do? Just do the best I can, I mean I can't change it," he said, as quoted by motorsport.

"As I said, I've been in this position time after time after time – it doesn't make any difference fretting about it or stressing about it. "So, the only thing I can do is try to do the best I can on track and that's it.

But [there's been] no word from them, which also hurts because you're getting left in the dark quite a lot. But what are you going to do about it?"
Motorsport reporters asked him if constantly going year-to-year with an uncertain future was frustrating, Miller replied: "For sure, but I mean sometimes you have to start doubting it and understanding why it keeps happening and whatever.

"But I got no control over that. All I can do is what I can and if things don't work out, then whatever. But I'd like to make things work out. "But if they don't then they don't, there's nothing I can do about it, nothing I can change and I just have to try to plug away and hopefully stick about here a bit longer."

The atmosphere in the team

Miller thinks they love him at Ducati and the atmosphere is still good. They seem like a strong team, they seem ready to go all the way, and Miller still doesn’t know what might happen. Some other 'faces' will decide his future.

We'll see if he stays after all.
"I do feel it and there is a great atmosphere, and I do love being here," he insisted. "That's why it stresses you when you don't think you can stay. But I understand it's a big, big, big decision this seat and there's a lot of politics that go on behind it.

"And I know that these guys would love to settle me down and take things easier. But it's not all up to them. It I what it is, it's a very political job. It's a shit part of motorbike racing but it is part of it.

You need these sort of things to make the wheels sort of turn. "I don't feel like I'm a liability and I try to do the stuff that I can do, and everything I do is for the team – always."