- Aug 4, 2010
yeah,and we all know whyNetserk said:The difference between Rasmussen and Ricco was simply that there only was an ITT left for Rasmussen, which made it quite predictable what would happen, unlike with Ricco who could've blown later in the race, or perhaps podium/win it. The two situations are not comparable at all.
BTW the only reason he had to withdraw was because his team fired him. Had he ridden for a team like Disco that wouldn't have been a problem.
Bad decisions?wrong places?Ohh god,do you know how these crashes happened in detail,probably not...Never wait said:The TDF would be one lame *** race if any one or two rider being out of it caused it to be a lesser spectacle.
The premise of the question/poll is silly, those two "favorites" who abandoned, did so because they did not meet the minimum skill requirement... that is staying on their bikes, they/their teams, made bad decisions that put them in the wrong places and now they have paid for poor decision making, it is that simple.
Now let's hope they heal up quickly and are back at it very soon.
nvm,good postEscarabajo said:The only probability that Contador had of winning that Tour was if the Checken crashed in the last few days. No other option.
In the first long TT theresults were as follows:
The difference between the Chicken and Contador was 37". And the Chicken was getting stronger with the days. So no chance that with one TT left Contador was going to pull the 3:10 advanatge that Chicken had. That Tour was his.