il Mito wrote:“I’m in pension, I don’t give a **** about training,” Ferrari said. “They are all strong without me. Did you see the Tour de France?”
ElChingon wrote:I don't get the feeling he really wants it.
A race that doesn't give an attacker the chance to finish it off alone is not a race anymore.
the asian wrote:I reckon he had his best chance last year.
Parrulo wrote:despite voting no on the win i love how people continue to underrate nibali saying he will be lucky if he podiums again mentioning TJVG as some1 with more GT potential then him . . .
this reminds me of 2010 when we were all sure kreuziguer and gesink had 10 times the talent nibali had
Jason_Mercier wrote:Let's see
This year Contador, Froome...
Next year Contador, Froome, Wiggins, probably Van Garderen, Pinot, Quintana, Talansky..
2015 Contador, Froome, Wiggins, probably Van Garderen, Pinot, Quintana, Talansky, Kelderman, Dombrowski, Chaves...
NO WAY. A PODIUM one more time probably.
hfer07 wrote:[SIZE="3"]If Sastre, Evans & Wiggo were able to win the Tour, then why can't Nibali win it as well?[/SIZE] All of them entirely underestimated & yet they did it during their early thirties, so Vincenzo has the years to develop further his abilities & somehow he- like the ones I mentioned-finds himself in a situation where he can win it. It'd be unwise to count him out.
Jason_Mercier wrote:Tejay Van Garderen has much more talent/GT potential than Nibali. Nibali is a rider who has improved a lot year by year. And today is a great rider. But with the age of TVG Vincenzo was nobody in comparison with the american. What did Nibali with 23/24 years? At this age Van Garderen is the fifth of a Tour de France, best young rider and one of the five bests GT riders in the TT. I am not saying VG will **** Nibali in a couple of years, we dont now yet. But the guy has more potential than the sicilian.