Kämna really has a lot of potential. He showed that he has the ability to regenerate well from day to day at last years Tour and he already showed that he can be a good time trial rider. He was a bit in a hole mentally and physical at Sunweb in 2018, but now he seems to have fun again and the Team backs him up really good. He gets his chances to race for resuts now early and at the others races he will try to help Buchmann, especially at the Tour de France. So he doesn't have the big pressure and he can get better slowly. He is a really aggressive rider. He was 4 times in the break in the last 4 hilly races at Mallora and in Murcia. He attacked a lot at the Tour. I think the Sunweb tactic (riding for only one rider) was holding him back a lot. As far as a I know the riders were not allowed to get in breaks very often. Bora is trying to copy the Quick Sep tactic a bit. One time Buchmann attacks, then Kämna, then Mühlberger, Schachmann and so on.I'm interested to see how Kamnas climbing level stacks up against a stronger field. He could go on the attack with Valverde in Murcia which shows a level he never reached this early. And then how his ITT develops while he is improving his climbing. Being coached by Lorang could be really fruitful for him.