The news is out! Red Bull KTM Factory Racing has announced that Jack Miller will be back in KTM colours for the next two seasons.
The Australian was confirmed as the latest addition to KTM's line-up on Thursday, signing a multi-year deal with the Austrian manufacturer.
The 28-year-old brings nine seasons of experience with a pedigree that includes having taken four wins and 22 podiums throughout his eight years in MotoGP.
“Joining up with the KTM family again it is all starting to feel rather ‘real’ now. I’ve been thinking about this moment for quite a long time. Finally getting to see the 2023 colors, myself in the suit and all the preparation for the season ahead.”
Signed to one-year deals for each of his five seasons at Ducati, It had been widely anticipated that Miller would move from Pramac Ducati to join KTM for 2023 after three seasons with the Pramac Racing Team and two with Ducati Lenovo.
The Australian rider enjoyed a successful stint with KTM in 2014 after his breakthrough Moto3 season with the Red Bull KTM Ajo squad which saw him claim six wins during the season and only just missing out on the Moto3 title.
“It’s amazing to be back here at KTM and to be catching up with everybody; it’s a special little taste before we get down to action in Malaysia.”
The future certainly appears bright for Miller, who looks to build on his impressive results from last season having taken one win and seven podium finishes in 2022.