Jack Miller’s miserable start to the MotoGP season continued in a disastrous Doha Grand Prix for the Australian rider who had an angry mid-race with world champion Joan Mir before heading home ninth due to a hand problem came

“I don’t want another race like this,” Miller said after admitting he couldn’t feel the front brake lever on his Ducati towards the end of the finish line on Sunday due to a reoccurrence of a numb hand that may have been needed electronically Treatment this week

After Frenchman Fabio Quartararo won the race in Qatar, Miller had to contemplate an extremely disappointing launchpad for his campaign after doing as badly in the opener last weekend

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He was also at the center of angry allegations when Mir alleged that the Australian deliberately hit him in the pit lane during the race at a speed of nearly 200 km / h

Miller had aggressively overtaken me and the pair even touched when it came to the 13th Fought for fifth place on the lap, which shortly thereafter led to another dusting as they made contact on the straight

The incident was investigated and only considered a racing incident, but I said afterwards, “We almost fell on the straight so I think it was very risky, it was a very dangerous maneuver

“I think that was intentional and I think Jack didn’t show any respect in this case”

Miller, who gestured at Me during the heat of his fight, did not complain afterwards, however, saying it was just a normal racing incident

“There were a few contacts but it was the way the race went, seemed like a bit of contact here and there. It was just one of those things “Miller shrugged

“We both saw what happened and then we drove on, so not really much on this side. I’ve already been hit three times, I think so”

Miller will have cared a lot more about the end of his race, in which he even lost a few places on the last lap

Miller, who had arm surgery late last year, said, “I mean, I felt fantastic up to the last four laps and then I couldn’t really feel the front brake lever anymore”

“I’ve had it in the past and I’ve had a different treatment, not so much an operation as an electronic treatment that destroyed the fascia”

Yamaha’s Quartararo, who finished ninth at the end of the first lap, scored a huge win after overtaking both second-placed Johann Zarco and third-placed Jorge Martin on his Pramac Racing Ducatis in a single lap

Zarco, who also finished second last week, leads the championship after two races – four points ahead of Quartararo and Maverick Vinales

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