Either that, or don't read too much into what riders say when they are interviewed 30 seconds after crossing the finish line when they are tired, emotional and haven't had a chance to get their thoughts togther.
BTW, Lemonds 89 Tour victory was the greatest 'wheelsucker' Tour victory of all time.
why don't they just get Dr Ferrari arested and banned from contact with any cyclists? Stopping this sad **** from happening in the first place (by making it harder to get into an established doping factory) seems a much better idea all around than trying to clean up after the races. He seems to be a common thread in almost every doper's history, including Sir Lance the Hero.
05 Giant TCR Composite; 83 Colnago Saronni: 81 San Rensho Katana Super Export track bike, #A116-56; 89 Zunow Pentaglia: SOLD; 85 Tommasini: SOLD; 83 Guerciotti: SOLD
By the way, who knows which riders still do have contact with Ferrari? A list anyone?
Cadel may know when NOT to pull, but he has a hard time understanding when he SHOULD pull. When you're the highest on GC, and those higher than you are up the road, it's up to YOU to chase. He threw a minor fit when Sastre and Levi weren't leading the chase of Chicken and Contador. Among his chase group, he was highest on GC, had the most to lose if the group ahead gained time. Levi had a teammate up the road. The situation dictated it was up to HIM to pull. Outsprinting Kloden for a minor placing, with no time bonuses attached ,it not good strategy if you want to save energy.