The MotoGP race at COTA shows the current greatness of the sport

Jack Miller seemed to be running toward something that hadn’t been done in 14 years.

Miller got off to a great start on his factory Ducati bike. He started Sunday’s Grand Prix of the Americas at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas from second position, but quickly moved up to first place on lap 1.

Miller led the race until lap 16, when eventual race winner Enea Bastianini passed him. If Miller had held on, he would have been the fourth different race winner in four races in the 2022 season, something that hasn’t been done in 14 years.