ASSEN, NETHERLANDS - JUNE 26: Marc Marquez (L) of Spain and Repsol Honda Team sprays champagne at Jack Miller of Australia and Marc VDS Racing Team that celebrates on the podium his first victory on the MotoGP race at the end of the MotoGP race during the MotoGP Netherlands - Race at on June 26, 2016 in Assen, Netherlands. (Photo by Mirco Lazzari gp/Getty Images)

Australian Jack Miller has claimed his maiden MotoGP in an incredible Dutch Grand Prix.

The race was initially red flagged due to horrendous conditions, including torrential rain.

When the race was eventually started, there was just 12 laps to go, leaving a mad sprint to the finish.

Miller managed to surge to the lead in the final few laps, finishing two seconds ahead of Spaniard Marc Maruez, with Scott Redding in third place.

“I don’t know what to feel at the moment,” Miller said post race.

“A lot of people have badmouthed us and said that this project wouldn’t work.

“I just hope we’ve showed them wrong, and I can ride the bike, and I’m not an idiot.”

By the end of the race, only 13 riders managed to finish, with several riders crashing out on the slippery track.