Separate names with a comma.
I'll pick Farrar then Cavendish & Pettachi
Yes perhaps you should :rolleyes:
Go through the actions of both step by step and it may make things a little clearer.
You should expand a little when you say 'weakest tours'
why was it weak and who was missing.
Lets see off the top of my head.
in those years you...
Aussie's love a winner, particularly the media and band wagon jumpers.
Aussie's also love an underdog. More so if the underdog gets up for a win,...
Samething goes for Team Sky as well.
I would think a team with no roster as such can't really say they warrant a ProTour licence.
They should do...
Well RadioShack have one rider on their roster so far?
The rest are only speculation, although some are very likely of course.
Should a team get...
5 current teams are up for Protour licence renewal at the end of 09, all 5 have reapplied, plus there has been 3 new teams apply so 21 teams all...
I favour Valverde as well.
Although I'd like to see Evans bounce back and take it.
I've been looking forward to this stage for last few days.
The start of the hills and some that are a little testing.
Going by the couple of...
I'm hoping for something different to the standard script of small breakaway with a catch in the final few km's and Cavendish to out sprint...
Chavanel's in the break with Millar and Auge.
I'm favouring LL.Sanchez for the win as well.
1. LL Sanchez
I would normally have picked Columbia for the win but after the work load yesterday I think that may have taken the top end edge away.
Feillu looked pretty quick last stage, he had a lot of ground to cover just to get to Farrar's wheel. Maybe he can give Cavendish a chase.
I think a bunch sprint is highly likely.
I don't think the sprinter teams are going to let their first opportunity get away from them.