All the talk was about Adelaide's Arthur Sissis, who finished a fighting third to score his first podium of his rookie Moto3 season.
While Sissis has disappeared from the scene, his promise unfulfilled, Miller has emerged as the Australian on everybody's lips in MotoGP.
After a storming start to the Moto3 championship following his ascension this season to the front-running Red Bull KTM Ajo team, winning four of the first nine races, he was signed last month to a three-year MotoGP deal with Honda.
Next year, Miller will ride for Honda's satellite LCR squad - the same outfit that gave Stoner his MotoGP start in 2006.
Amid the anticipation of his graduation to motorcycle racing's premier class, he still has work to do to secure the Moto3 title, on which until recently he had a firm grip. But after setbacks in recent races, Miller has gone from series leader to trailing Spaniard Alex Marquez - the younger brother of newly re-crowned MotoGP world champion Marc - by 25 points with three races to go.
Source : http://www.smh.com.au/sport/motorsport/rising-motogp-star-jack-miller-is-happy-to-be-the-clown-prince-of-motorcycle-racing-20141017-117rz3.html