Sport: Jack Miller's 'nightmare' to set his Australian Superbike participation

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  Jack Miller's 'nightmare' to set his Australian Superbike participation © Provided by Motorcycle Sports

Jack Miller returns to the Australian Superbike Championship (ASBK) this weekend for another sporadic appearance in the final round at The Bend Motorsport Park – just like last year. This time, he isn't alone, as he brings with him two teammates from Thriller Motorsport: Josh Hook and Marcel Schrötter.

In a press conference held this thursday, the australian revealed that it was logistically difficult to set up this participation, with parts of the bikes to be ready relatively at short notice:

– It's fantastic to be back here and to do it with three bikes is fantastic. Getting all together was a nightmare. I can't even begin to thank people. With things from the post office in Europe and things getting lost, then the fairings were painted on Thursday of last week and were transported with one of the people on monday. It was a nightmare, but we managed to get everything together, ship everything from Townsville and we're here to give it a try.

Miller added: 'None of the bikes have been tested. Franko, who has absolutely no idea about a road bike, was the only one who tested all three bikes. So, I hope it goes well on the track'.

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