MotoGP: Petrucci and Miller pull covers off 2018 Alma Pramac Ducati

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The Alma Pramac Ducati pair of Danilo Petrucci and Jack Miller have pulled the covers off their 2018 MotoGP machines only days ahead of the opening round of the championship this weekend in Qatar.

Heading to iconic Italian brand Lamborghini’s factory in Bologna for the event, Petrucci and Miller will ride a 2018 GP18 machine and a 2017 bike inherited from the factory team respectively.

And after a highly successful season last year for Petrucci and a promising testing start for new signing Miller, team boss Francesco Guidotti believes they’re set for a good year.

"Our goal is to improve year after year. In the 2017 season we made a great step forward thanks to the results obtained by Danilo Petrucci. We now welcome Jack Miller to the team and we have great expectations. I want to say good luck to our riders, engineers, technicians and all the staff of Alma Pramac Racing. An intense season awaits us and we will have to work with great concentration and enthusiasm if we want to do even better than last year.”

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Simon Patterson

By Simon Patterson

MotoGP and road racing reporter, photographer, videographer