- Jun 19, 2009
Well, you need to clarify - are you asking a question or answering it?Skandar Akbar said:What part of 99 did he stop working with him? Pre giro then Ferrari must have been overated. After giro then Ferrari's legendary ability to elude the tests is overated. Please clarify because you may be straying from the cw.
Pantani's career went downhill after 99 Giro.
No idea where your getting the blue from - pretty easy to elude a test that wasn't around until 2001.
What does CW mean?
The implication of your post is indeed obvious - and exceedingly shortsighted.andy1234 said:I didn't introduce the theory, I'm just rehashing the sentiment that many on here have with regards to Ferrari's power to produce champions.
I will ask you once again not to dissect every word of my post. This is an internet Forum, not a court of law. The implication of my post is obvious.
As far as the list of riders under other doctors, It proves that Ferrari was not the only option when it came to doping. If Armstrong had chosen one of those doctors instead of Ferrari, maybe the outcome would have been the same?
Cecchini was the master in the early 90's and Ferrari was his star pupil - where Ferrari earned his reputation was transforming riders like Rominger in to GT contenders, this was why his reputaion surpassed Cecchini.
Funny how you try and suggest that I am saying that the forum is some sort of Court of Law - and then you write your list "proves" something.