Very good point. This is drug related and as far as I've seen in most drug busting movies they generally don't go after the small fish but try to get to the source. What's the point of trying to fry small fish when you have the king pin supplying the next batch of fresh young riders trying to get the edge over their rivals. I'm not saying don't punish the riders but it can't stop there. The team has to feel the pinch in order for them to start doing something about it. If you continually have riders that are being caught out under certain team directors then surely you should be investigating why this is happening?!?! All in all the sport will continue to suffer till they get fresh people unrelated to the "old" guard in the decision making positions.Alpe d'Huez said:But what is the solution? As we are discussing elsewhere, IMO the UCI and other governing bodies need to go after the support as much as the riders. By support I mean managers, doctors, trainers, soigners, etc. That would be a better starting point. And if the UCI won't do it, the sponsors themselves need to set such a system up.