Well done Jack Miller in having gained a win on the factory Ducati, he's got grit.
I find it bemusing that some commentators seem to regularly note how 'frustrating'
it must be for Yamaha/Suzuki riders to be out-powered by the Ducati, yet never get
around to mentioning how 'frustrating' it must be for Ducati riders to be out-cornered...
I'd reckon that it is these differences, (even though all bikes are limited to engine
specifics in cylinder number/dimension) which, along with tyre conservation issues,
can make for a dynamic race, especially with regard to circuit layout particulars.
Nearly 1/2 a century ago, venerable race performance analyst Kevin Cameron wrote
about the Daytona 200*, where the nimble, yet fast & reliable Yamahas were able to
challenge much more powerful machines for the win, & it still appends as apropos:
"...handling will be pitted against power, a nice clean contest without complications.
It should be an interesting season."
*Page 137, Cycle Magazine June `73.
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