The Austrian team announced, Thursday, that Australian Jack Miller will leave Ducati and join his rival in the MotoGP championship next season.
The 27-year-old will replace Portuguese rider Miguel Oliveira to join South Africa’s Brad Bender.
Miller signed a deal for the 2023 and 2024 seasons, bringing him back to KTM where he competed as a Moto3 driver and finished second to Alex Marquez in the 2014 World Championship.
“Having Jack alongside Brad on our team means we have another strong asset,” said KTM Team Principal Francesco Guidotti.
“I know him very well, I know how he loves to work and what he can bring to the chest.”
Miller joined MotoGP with Team Honda Satellite in 2015 before switching to Ducati Pramac three years later.
He was promoted to the Ducati Factory Team last season and impressed with his fourth-place finish and two wins.
Miller has struggled this season, ninth in the Championship riders.
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