It is time for the final GT of the year, the Vuelta a Espana. As with all GT’s this year, it starts in a foreign country, this time the Netherlands. As been discussed in the hype thread, it is a wide open race, with lots of possibilities for this race. A fairly technical TTT for the route this year, hopefully no water incidents occur like in 2019. Who will take the first red jersey, we will find out in a little over 24 more hours.
To amend the startlist, no Quintana for Arkea, they will line up with 7, and Madrazo for Burgos is out due to Covid, and in his place is Victor Langellotti, who won a stage at the Volta a Portugal.