2020 Jack Miller Signed Race Used Ducati Dainese MotoGp Gloves
Race-used Dainese gloves worn by Australian Jack Miller for Ducati in MotoGP at many races.
These custom made Dainese gloves have Miller’s number 43 logo on the wrist along with his chosen colours of blue, orange and red spread across the gloves. The unique carbon and titanium plates make these gloves stand out from any off the shelf style Motorcycle gloves you may normally see. The gloves were first used in the 2018 season and remained in his kit all the way until Austria 2020 where Miller picked up two podiums in back to back weeks.
For 2020, in his final season with Pramac Ducati, Miller finished in the top ten in all races with a best finish of second at the Styrian, Valencia and Portimao Grands Prix and a 3rd place in the Austrian GP. However Miller incurred a DNF at the Andalucia race due to error in the intense July heat of Jerez. Another DNF occurred at Misano 2 due to a tear-off from Fabio Quartararo’s visor being sucked into his air intake, causing a reduction in power. A suspected engine failure also occurred while fighting in the lead group at Le Mans. In the opening corners of Aragon 2, Brad Binder collided with Miller which ended their race. Miller finished the 2020 season strongly with two podiums (at Valencia & Portimao), battling Franco Morbidelli spectacularly on the final lap in each race. The Australian would finish 7th overall in the final MotoGP standings.
The gloves are signed and dated by Miller in black marker pen and come with a Certificate Of Authenticity.