"We’re on a race track and there’s Ferraris going around, there’s four or five restaurants here, so it’s not so bad. You know, we've got an internet connection, coffee machines, and so it could be worse. It's very, very comfortable."
In the basement of a hotel packed with businessmen, tourists, and cycling media from around the world, a medical team was slowly but surely working through the guests in the hotel, calling them down to be tested for Covid-19.
Tom Van Damme also calls for the end of race radios, which he says leads to more aggressive riding
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