Miguel Oliveira predicts MotoGP: “I think it’s going to be especially difficult for Jack Miller at KTM”

Miguel Oliveira

Miguel Oliveira won his second race of the season, with nearly identical latitude and track conditions every time. In fact, the Portuguese scored his first success in Indonesia, on the Mandalika wet track. His second came in Thailand, on the rain-swept Buriram track. This victory taken from 11th place is also the biggest comeback from the starting grid since Jack Miller at Essen in 2016, when he won from 18th. Jack Miller who will replace him at KTM in 2023, the same Australian who fought against KTM rider Brad Bender in Japan. But the Portuguese now has 5 achievements, all celebrated on the steering wheel of an RC16, advises JackAss to make the most of his last moments with Ducati…

When Miguel Oliveira Coming down from the first step of the Thai podium, the question asked was whether he would not regret in the end this KTM. Preferred Person for the Next Year A Aprilia Where there will be everything to discover, he answered: ” I don’t know if I will regret it. Only time will prove He added: What is certain is that it will be a huge effort for me and Jack to adapt to the new motorcycles As mentioned: I think it will be especially difficult for Jack Miller, but everyone needs their time. I hope to be able to maximize the potential of my bike next season “.

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The nuances mentioned by the Portuguese lead us to ask this other question to see if this is the case KTM Who will regret? Miguel Oliveira. He’s the first pilot to arrive 5 victories KTM in MotoGP. He’s the first pilot to arrive 7 podium with KTM, exceed 6 of Paul EspargaroDeparture Brad Pender Third with a score of 4. In Thailand, allowed KTM To be the fourth mark to reach 7 Victories in MotoGP, surpassing 6 achievements of Suzuki, then Ducati (69), Yamaha (125) and Honda (156). It is also now the fourth manufacturer to achieve at least two victories in three consecutive seasons in the era MotoGP

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Miguel Oliveira So it will leave a big void. But doesn’t he shoot the prey for the shadows? It all depends on how you see things and here’s what MotoGP sees for the Portuguese: ” This is definitely a tough category. You can’t just jump on a motorcycle and immediately say, “That’s a lot better than my motorcycle.” When we lag behind the other guys, we riders are quick to say, “Oh, that other guy’s bike is so much better.” But I think we should just focus on Getting the best out of our devices and building a group around us can help us do just that. I think this is the key for today’s MotoGP You should keep in mind when the 2023 season is in full swing.

Two-time winner of the season: Miguel Oliveira

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