Lajeretta4Ever said:When NASCAR got serious about cheating, they hired of of the best, technical crew chiefs to head their inspection program. Here is a little out of the box thinking, why not have WADA, UCI or whoever hire the good doctor to root out cheaters?
MacRoadie said:Because he makes way more money working the other side of the street. If word got out that WADA was attempting something like this, the good doctor's value to the dopers would go through the roof.
Lajeretta4Ever said:Mac, think out of the box! Comp the good doctor with 15% of each rider's salary is caught cheating.
JPM London said:... and that would not make testing suspicious the other way round? No matter if the good doctors could be objective despite this carrot, you can hear the first line of the defence straight away...
Dr. Maserati said:Let me introduce Francesco Conconi.
He was elected to the medical committee of CONI, who gave him funds for research on a test for EPO back in the 90's - which Conconi then used to dope the Carrera team.