“Honda has been lost since Marquez’s injury” – Jack Miller

Jack Miller started his career in the premier category on a Honda LCR in 2015 and after passing through Marc VDS, he signed with Pramac, before joining the official Ducati team. The Australian now comments on the Japanese manufacturer’s difficult moment.

“I find it difficult to understand that, for example, Honda uses a Kalex swingarm. Does Honda Racing Corporation have to hire an outside supplier to make them a swingarm? It makes no sense. We are talking of Honda, the biggest motorcycle manufacturer in the world, I don’t even know how many titles he has’, said number 43 quoted on Motorsport.com.

The Buriram GP runner-up understands the Japanese giant is “lost”, and a lot of that is down to the total bet on just one driver, as he explained:

– It shows that Honda is very lost since Marc [Marquez] hurt himself. In Australia we say everyone lies in the bed they make, and Honda has done it all around one rider. Not only in the factory team, but also in the satellite team. And now it’s like this: there is only one rider able to ride a bike. Honda has been in a very dark place for two years. I hope they can get out of there. Being Honda, I’m sure they will.

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