I was thinking you cannot use Galiber tactics against Remco. He will just diesel his way up to the attack, risking getting either Rog or Vingegaard dropped (whoever did not launch the first attack). Except Remco may not turn off the engine when catching up. He may just keep on dieseling. It risks blowing up both riders if those tactics are played outIn my opinion it's the gasoline engine of Alaphilippe that did the initial damage. After riding perfectly paced stage. Then it was a semi gasoline kick by Evenepoel. Then into diesel mode. Neutralizing Alaphilippe is hence a must. This is something that JV can likely do alone. If other teams would choose not to participate. I find that less likely, for other teams to not try, but you never know. Before the final climb. As on last climb Rogla can't rely on help from JV. Best to use (part of) the team before. To mess with the plans of QS.
Further on lets say stage 9 it looked initially like Rogla will lose 2 minutes. It came down to under a minute. All in all the diesel engine must be isolated and must be put under difficulty. On the last climb. Early enough. Or by using some other tactics with a similar results.
From Rogličes perspective he isn't peaking just yet. But all in all isn't that bad either. On a hill he will likely get isolated every time. For Evenepoel i don't expect it to be just smooth sailing. As the race progresses.