AUSSIE MotoGP contender Jack Miller continues to look at home at the Pramac Ducati team, piloting his machine to sixth fastest after three days of testing in Malaysia.
“Every time I go on the track I feel more and more comfortable and lap after lap I have the feeling of being ever faster,” Miller said.
The Queenslander signed for Ducati this year after three years at Honda.
Miller, 23, completed 198 laps over the three days in hot and humid conditions at the Buriram circuit, and was quicker than his Italian teammate Danilo Petrucci who was ninth quickest.
Honda factory rider Dani Pedrosa was fastest over the three days, ahead of Johann Zarco (Yamaha), Cal Crutchlow (Honda) and Honda’s defending champion Marc Marquez.
Yamaha factory riders Maverick Vinales and Valentino Rossi finished eighth and 12th respectively.
Teams will regroup for the next three-day test in two weeks’ time at Qatar which will also be the venue of the opening round on March 18.
The MotoGP pre-season analysis comes as World Superbikes riders begin two days of testing at Phillip Island on Monday and Tuesday, ahead of the opening round at the coastal circuit this weekend.
Triple world champion Jonathan Rea will aim to repeat his previous success at the island where he has won five of the past six races on the Kawasaki ZX-10RR.