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"The final result by Mori in the overall classification reflects the will and grind that he showed in the Eneco Tour."

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17.08.2014 @ 21:01 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Lampre-Merida played a mostly anonymous role in the Eneco Tour but got away from the race with confidence for the future. Manuele Mori finished in the top 20 overall, Elia Favilli was among the best in the hard stage in the Ardennes and Filippo Pozzato showed growing condition in stages 5 and 7.

 

Lampre-Merida got their Eneco Tour off to a bad start when their best stage winning card Sacha Modolo crashed out of the race. Hence, the team failed to play a key role in the race but several key riders still showed signs of good form.

 

Manuele Mori fought hard the entire race and ended in 18th overall while Elia Favilli finished in the top 20 in yesterday's hardest stage of the race. Filippo Pozzato showed encouraging signs when he finished 9th in the mini Tour of Flanders and today he again looked comfortable in the front group on the stage that was like a small Amstel Gold Race.

 

"The final result by Mori in the overall classification reflects the will and grind that he showed in the Eneco Tour," sports director Orlando Maini said. "The three final stages were demanding and we could get good feedbacks from Favilli, Richeze and Pozzato. Especially Elia was very skilfull in always beling in the group of the favourites

 

"Today Cimolai did not take the start as he had come down with fever during the night. During the Eneco Tour, Davide also showed the right sprit by mixing it up in the sprints."

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