In years passed by, the Ducati sometimes struggled at venues the place a motorcycle with agility was wanted owing to the Desmosedici’s understeer issues.
And whereas tracks the place horsepower is a key attribute continues to play favourably into the arms of Ducati, it now not struggles at twisty circuits.
In 2022 to this point, Ducati has taken wins at former weak venues like Assen, Jerez and the Circuit of the Americas, in addition to taking victory at a contented looking floor in Mugello.
With the Ducati seen as among the best all-round packages now in MotoGP, Miller believes it now not has to method races with the mindset that the approaching monitor shouldn’t be favoured to the bike.
“I feel the Ducati monitor factor is a factor of the previous,” he stated.
“Traditionally talking, Mugello and Barcelona have been two of my dud tracks, not my finest ones.
“Sachsenring has all the time been one in every of my favorite tracks, and Assen additionally was one in every of my favorite tracks.
“Sachsenring it was very comparable; previously we suffered loads there, however it appears this yr the tracks that you simply as a rider actually get on with effectively, you possibly can all the time put in that little bit additional.
“And I felt at Sachsenring [where I was third] I used to be in a position to do this.”
Jack Miller, Ducati Workforce
Photograph by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images
Ducati holds a wholesome lead within the MotoGP constructors’ championship standings, the Italian marque 74 factors away from Yamaha.
However an inconsistent first half of the yr has left its main manufacturing facility rider Francesco Bagnaia 66 factors adrift of reigning world champion Fabio Quartararo in fourth, whereas Ducati’s prime rider within the standings is third-placed Johann Zarco – who’s 58 factors down.
Within the coming weeks, Ducati is anticipated to make its closing resolution on who will exchange KTM-bound Jack Miller at its manufacturing facility squad.