Hmm. I dunno. Part of Spartacus' TT mystique is his technical ability. He normally corners much faster than his opponents, and makes time on everyone on the descents. He clearly can read the effort required to distance much better too, as he will win 7km prologues and 40km ITTs. I am also inclined to believe that he is a better reader of the art of the timely gear shift than the others too. All these small advantages are missing in track. As is the feel for a varying road surface.
Don't get me wrong, he has an incredible diesel, and I certainly think that in a short-ish spell he could be in the top ten track pursuiters, but it would require a different kind of approach which may not come immediately. Aside from the hour record, I have no idea why he would want to change to a smaller, ultimately less popular and less publicised branch of the sport, aside from getting the hour record.