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“I have something to make up for on Sunday. I’ll be extra eager. Especially since Roubaix is my last chance. I will answer everyone with my bike. I’ll do everything to achieve a good result.” 

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09.04.2015 @ 13:01 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Sep Vanmarcke will arrive eager at the start of Paris-Roubaix in Compiègne, France. The Belgian Team LottoNL-Jumbo rider wants to set the record straight after a disappointing Tour of Flanders last weekend.
 
“I’m ready to give it a go again,” said Vanmarcke. “The Tour of Flanders didn’t go as I hoped it would, I would’ve liked to get a better result.
 
“I have something to make up for on Sunday. I’ll be extra eager. Especially since Roubaix is my last chance. I will answer everyone with my bike. I’ll do everything to achieve a good result.”
 
Vanmarcke and some of his team-mates are preparing for the 'Hell of the North' in Wednesday’s Schelderpijs.
 
“The Scheldeprijs is a good race to get some racing kilometres under the belt with the team ahead of Paris-Roubaix. I hope to do my job for the team and dot the I’s for Sunday.”
 

Nico Verhoeven thinks his team has learned from the Tour of Flanders. The sports director evaluated the race extensively along with Jan Boven and the riders.
 
“We talked about the things that didn’t go well on Sunday during the race’s debriefing,” Verhoeven said. “We have closed the book, but taken the key improvement points with us for next Sunday.    
 
 “The series of races beforehand went just fine,” Verhoeven continued. “We see it as a separate incident. Our confidence is still high and we’re aiming to fight for a podium spot until the very last second in Roubaix.”    
 
Team line-up:
Tom van Asbroeck, Rick Flens, Tom Leezer, Bram Tankink, Maarten Tjallingii, Sep Vanmarcke, Robert Wagner & Maarten Wynants.

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