Jack Miller, who recently gave birth to his first-born Pip Florence Miller, has admitted that there is a possibility that Marc Marquez will replace him on the KTM bike.
Marquez's future has been one of the main topics of the past few weeks, with rumors that the eight-time world champion will end his association with Honda at the end of the season. The Spaniard later admitted that he had three options, that is, in addition to staying at Honda, there were two more. One is said to be a transfer to the Gresini team, where his younger brother Alex is already racing, and the third could be a transfer to KTM, which has been talked about for a longer time.
"The door is open and I won't try to close it," Miller said in an interview with Motosan, admitting that newcomer Pedro Acosta could also take his place in the Austrian team. "Of course, there is a possibility that my place will be taken by either of these two. If I'm not as good as KTM expects me to be, I'll be gone in 2025. Such are the laws of this sport. "I have the option of a contract for 2025 and 2026, but it's up to me to do my job well enough not to be out of a job. I spent five years at Ducati on one-year contracts, which I tried to extend for a longer period each time. I'm used to this kind of situation and it doesn't bother me anymore."
KTM is facing a shortage of places for the racers with whom they have contracts for 2024. In addition to Miller, Brad Binder is also under contract, as well as the duo of Gas Gas, Pol Espargaro and Augusto Fernandez, so KTM is looking at the possibility of buying a satellite team for 2025. therefore, there is a possibility of Marquez joining the manufacturer through their MV Agusta brand.
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