With two-thirds of the wins, Eli Iserbite can look back on a successful passage in the United States. Powell’s Sauce West Fleming – Pingol comes with a satisfying feeling on the plane.
“I signed up for this in advance,” Iserbyt laughed after the victory. “I knew Iowa and Waterloo were on me, but Quinton (Hermans, edition) was still fine today. I would not have done with him without that fall. The trucks also resisted. You had to separate.
Eiserbyt enjoyed his American passage. “It’s good here,” he said. “Shame we have to leave. Everything is organized here. Everything happened very professionally. I earned it. I can say that too.”
Lars van der Hor: “Something to try”
Lars van der Hor resisted the long, but had to bend. “I’m not on the wheel when climbing Grupit. I had to try something but it did not work. After that I had to believe for a mistake, he did not.”
The Dutchman of the Trek Palois Lions corrected his mistake somewhat last Wednesday. After Wednesday, it was so good, I had to pick myself up again. On Wednesday I made mistakes, starting with a full stomach for example. “
Michael Vandoranhout: “Not really good”
Michael Vandoranhout was satisfied with his third place. “In the end, the two best ones are gone,” he knew. “The rat is also strong. He fell so badly. It is not possible to return to this course.”
Vantourenhout had to deal with Toon Airs in the fight for third place. “I’m not really at my peak, but I knew I had to climb Crupit Mountain first, and then it was uphill. In the end I got my third place very easily. (GVDL)