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- Is technology making cycling too boring?
As Monday's stage in the Tour de France showed, breakaways have nearly no chance of succeeding because of the ways technology has changed the sport..
- Tour de France 2019, stage 11 – live updates
Quiet man Adam Yates hoping conservative strategy pays off Stage 10 results and standings: Van Aert breaks Tour duck What are the rules of the road? | How much do riders win? Team details: Remaining riders following 10 stages Classification leaders going into stage 11 4:08PM Terpstra abandons The former.
- Tour de France teams 2019: Full list of remaining riders after 10 stages
As with all WorldTour races, each of the 18 teams that make up the top-flight of professional cycling receive an invite and in the case of the Tour de France, all teams are contracted to race. In addition to the WorldTour teams, race organisers ASO handed wildcard spots to Arkéa-Samsic, Cofidis Solutions.
- Cycling: Enraged Pinot ready to fight back on the Tour
Thibaut Pinot is ready to use his rage to surge back into contention on the Tour de France as the race heads to his favorite terrain, the mountains. The Frenchman was the best placed of the pre-race favorites on Monday when he was caught at the wrong end of a peloton split in crosswinds. Defending.
- Follow the Tour de France 2019 route: How to watch live TV coverage and listen to daily episodes of The Cycling Podcast
Throughout the month of July the focus of the cycling world will centre around France as the 106th edition of the Tour de France courses the length and breadth of the country, turning its villages and cities yellow as la grande boucle heads towards Paris. After setting off on its 3,479.3km journey from.
- Tour de France 2019 prize money: How much do riders and teams earn in cash?
The Tour de France may be one of the toughest endurance events an athlete can take part in, but when it comes to collecting their prize money after three weeks in the saddle riders are reminded of just how tough the sport really is. While some footballers regularly earn enough in a month to fund entire.
- The Tour de France rules: What do the jersey colours mean, how do time trials work and just how do riders go to the toilet?
There are some sports you can switch on and grasp what's going on within a few seconds. They have scored more goals, she has more points, he is in front of the other athlete and so forth. The fact that a tennis game went against serve or that a Formula One driver has taken more pit stops than another.
- Geraint Thomas blowing in the wind at Tour de France
Geraint Thomas and his teammates don't need a mountain to deliver a hammer blow on their rivals at the Tour de France..
- Quiet man Adam Yates hoping conservative strategy pays off and he can 'try something' at Tour de France
There was, as ever, some decent fighting talk at the rest day press conferences at the Tour de France. Marc Madiot, the Groupama-FDJ manager, was the punchiest, insisting it was too early to “bury” his team, despite his leader, Thibaut Pinot, disastrously losing 1min 47sec to his rivals when the race.
- Technology beating romanticism at Tour de France
With all the technology stacked against them, the six breakaway riders at the Tour de France had no hope of making it to the finish without being caught..
- Tour de France 2019: When is stage 11, what TV channel is it on and what does the profile look like?
When is stage 11 of the Tour de France? Stage 11 of the Tour de France is on Wednesday July 17, 2019. What time does the stage start? The 11th stage at the Tour de France, the 167km run from Albi to Toulouse, gets under way at 12.45pm (BST). What time will Wednesday's stage end? Anytime between 4.22.
- 'My Tour is already a success' says yellow jersey Alaphilippe
Yellow jersey holder Julian Alaphilippe says his Tour de France is already a success, no matter what happens when the race resumes after Tuesday's rest day. "Before the Tour, I wanted to do well (in the first 10 days)," he told a press conference ahead of Wednesday's 167 kilometre.
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- Hamilton British GP fastest lap "made data look silly" - Wolff
Mercedes Formula 1 team boss Toto Wolff says Lewis Hamilton made "all the data look a little bit silly" when he took the fastest lap in the British Grand Prix.
- Alfa Romeo F1 technical boss Resta to leave and rejoin Ferrari
Alfa Romeo technical director Simone Resta will leave the team at the end of the month to rejoin his ex-Formula 1 employer Ferrari.
- Red Bull car gains led to Verstappen’s Honda F1 engine lag issue
Max Verstappen's faster application of the throttle on his Red Bull Formula 1 car is the suspected cause of his turbo lag issue during the British Grand Prix weekend.
- Video: A first look at the details of Formula 1's latest rules for 2021
Ground-effect aerodynamics look set to return to Formula 1 when the championship's next major overhaul comes into effect, after rulemakers revealed the first details about the 2021 generation of cars.
- F1 rulemakers' blueprint to improve racing in F1 for 2021 explained
Discussions about Formula 1's 2021 rules package have centred around bold plans for regulations designed to make grand prix racing closer, more exciting and more popular with fans.
- Piola: Visualising 2021 F1 cars using initial FIA details of plans
Although Formula 1's 2021 rules have not yet been finalised, the ideas are advanced enough for technical expert Giorgio Piola to imagine how the new generation of cars will look.
- F1 commits to reintroducing ground effect aero concept with '21 rules
Formula 1 is committed to reintroducing "ground effect" with its 2021 rules package, with senior figures convinced the aerodynamic concept's return is key to helping cars race closer together.
- Rich Energy CEO departs as Haas F1 sponsor changes its name
William Storey is no longer associated with Rich Energy, UK government documents have confirmed - and in addition the company has been renamed Lightning Volt.
- Video: What's gone wrong for the Haas F1 team in 2019?
Haas's fourth season of Formula 1 began promisingly with sixth place in Australia, but has become increasingly problematic as woes on and off-track have continued to spiral.
- Wolff glad "borderline dirty" driving allowed in Formula 1
Toto Wolff says it is good for a "little dirtiness" to be part of Formula 1 racing, but does not want it to happen within his Mercedes team.
- Abiteboul: Hulkenberg run hurt by Ricciardo F1 British GP strategy focus
Renault Formula 1 boss Cyril Abiteboul has admitted Nico Hulkenberg was let down by a strategy call while the team was focussing on Daniel Ricciardo during the British Grand Prix.
- Valkyrie British GP debut was "two fingers" to Aston Martin critics
Aston Martin's first public run of the Valkyrie hypercar it developed with Red Bull was chosen for the British Grand Prix partly to give "two fingers" to the company's critics.
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