well...yes, theoretically. However the team leaders need to be somewhat isolated first so there is no unity in chasing him like in Poland. I actually find it hard to see Bernal being isolated from Inios much. They have too many strong riders. I also think Remco could ship several minutes in the high mountains to an on fire Bernal. I hope I’m wrong. But this Giro is Bernal’s to lose.Remco's biggest superpower, if he gets back to 100%, and I really hope we see this one day, is that he can attack on unassuming "normal" stages and take minutes on the peloton if things go right. At least theoretically, whether that tactic can lead to a GT win remains to be seen.