MOTEGI, Japan — Ducati Lenovo rider Jack Miller turned in a dominant performance to win Sunday’s Motul Grand Prix of Japan at the Mobility Resort Motegi.
Miller started seventh and rode into the lead on the third circuit. From there, he led the remainder of the way to secure his fourth career MotoGP triumph.
Brad Binder came home second for Red Bull KTM, while Jorge Martin was third for Prima Pramac Racing.
Marc Marquez picked up a fourth-place finish for Repsol Honda and Binder’s teammate, Miguel Oliveira was fifth.
Fabio Quartararo claimed eighth for Monster Energy Yamaha and extended his point lead to 18 markers over Ducati’s Frances Bagnaia who crashed out of the race.