The talent displayed by Australian Jack Miller, born in Townsville on January, 18, 1995, did not take long to manifest itself in the spotlight of the World Motorcycle Championship. Having ridden since the age of five, Miller soon moved to Europe to take part in national championships and in 2011 he made his debut as a wild-card in the 125cc category of the World Motorcycle Championship. In 2012 Miller competed in the new Moto3 class and in 2014, his first year as an official KTM rider, he took second place at the end of the season with 6 wins and 8 pole positions. His performance was so impressive that Honda was persuaded to sign him up directly for the MotoGP class, to which he graduated directly without passing through Moto2 first. And so, in 2015 at barely twenty, the Australian rider was already in the premier class and the following year, with Marc VDS Racing, he scored his first success in a MotoGP race with a memorable performance in the torrential rain at the Dutch GP in Assen, demonstrating his talents yet again to everybody. At the end of the 2017 season, Miller left Honda and the Belgian team to join Pramac Ducati. The Aussie star is ready to challenge the best MotoGP riders once again.