Ducati rider Jack Miller is headed to Sepang pre-season testing after returning a negative COVID-19 result.
Jack Miller announced on January 21 that he had tested positive with COVID-19, preventing him from leaving his family’s farm in North Queensland.
As a result, he was unable to attend the Ducati Lenovo Team’s season launch on January 28, which was quickly rescheduled for February 7.
Despite this, the Australian faced some uncertainty due to the 14-day incubation period and the upcoming Official Test on February 5-6 at the Malaysian Grand Prix location.
Miller had tested negative for the coronavirus but is now on his way to Malaysia, according to numerous Italian sites, including Corriere dello Sport.
Ducati is already on the track in Sepang, with test rider Michele Pirro finishing second fastest on Day 2 of the Shakedown Test.