Lampre-Merida: Team Time Trial
It ended today the training of Team Lampre-Merida at the Monza circuit.
Checkered flag on the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza for Team Lampre-Merida, professional cycling team.
The Team of general manager Saronni has finished two days of training aimed at preparing the team time trial world race to be held in Florence on 22 September.
On the asphalt of Monza, Lampre-Merida have investigated the dynamics of the team time trial, assessing in particular, which could be the best positioning of the individual runners in the “train” blue-purple-green.
The work was carried out in a structure ideal for training of this type: the fantastic opportunity to achieve high speed on the straights of Monza track.
This morning, the last day of testing under the gaze of President Emanuele Galbusera who has followed the athletes for several laps of the track on the team’s car.
To welcome the Lampre-Merida, the staff members of the team and the vehicles in tow (bus, truck repair shop and cars) were also the responsible for the Autodromo Nazionale Monza.
The Mayor of Monza, Roberto Scanagatti, and the Councillor with responsibility for Sport, Silvano Appiani, wanted to welcome the team of general manager Saronni.
Welcome a visit by Giorgio Albani yesterday, the historical figure of Italian cycling.
Team Lampre Merida has chosen as his men for the team trials against time in Florence:
Matteo Bono, David Cimolai, Luca Dodi, Roberto Ferrari, Adriano Malori and Maximiliano Richeze.
In the wake of the six athletes that will challenge the 35 registered teams will be present at the start and the DS Maini and Piovani.