Mother Nature wrecks havoc on the Dutch Grand Prix, but the Australian Jack Miller surprises everyone with a brilliant ride to score his first-career victory in the premier MotoGP class.
No one really expected the roller coaster ride of conditions over the course of the Sunday’s MotoGP race. No one expected Jack Miller to win either, but the 21-year-old Australian did. And doing so it was a bunch of firsts: Miller’s first career-MotoGP win, the first Australian to win since Casey Stoner in 2012, the first MotoGP win for his Marc VDS Honda squad and the first non factory rider to win in the premier class since Toni Elias’ win in 2006 at Estoril.
The original Acrylic and Ink on Gessobord Panel measures 18" x 24" x 1/2".
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