“Objectively speaking, there is nothing why it would not work,” replied Campenaerts itself to the question above. “Only I, of course, have a good day.” And so a good day is not in order. Kevin De Weert, performance manager at Lotto-Soudal: “Victor is not a robot. The form of the day will be much determine. A bad night's sleep can be fatal. Because it remains Bradley Wiggins that he has to be right. His victory in Tirreno-Adriatico Victor or virtue done. His first tijdritzege on WorldTourniveau: that gave me a huge boost. And he has his testing times are seen, of course, that looked also very good.”
the preparation of Campenaerts will already not have. The rider of Lotto-Soudal has meticulously prepared for his attack on the world hour record, among others, during a hoogtestage of two months in Namibia. “Better than anyone ever before”, says pistier Kenny De Ketele. Read HERE all about the months-long preparation of ‘Vocsnor’.