Imho this Tireno disaster was the best that could have happened to him.
Expectations will be more realistic now, so he can grow without the insane hype every time.
Hopefully QS will start treating him as the promising talent that still needs to be molded, and not as the new Merckx that will just crush the competition.
No Remco, you're not Pogačar, not even close. But that's OK. Set up a training plan and stick to it. And don't try to go for a result every time you start. And communicate that. (Cfr. WVA)
Will he ever win a GT? Maybe, if stars align (Yes Tao, thinking about you) or if he keeps on improving, but we'll see.
Anyway, if Belgium wants a new GT winner, there is a better bet to be made.