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Moto3 star Acosta’s “old-school” style “not normal” for a rookie
Star Moto3 rookie Pedro Acosta has an “old-school” approach “not normal” for a young grand prix rider nowadays, according to Ajo Motorsport team boss Aki Ajo. © Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images Pedro Acosta, Red Bull KTM Ajo Reigning Red Bull Rookies Cup champion Acosta has made a storming start to his grand prix career in Moto3 so far in 2021, winning two of the first three races and holding a 31-point lead in the world championship.
Tadej Pogacar did not leave scratches to his opponents. If he ran the last counter-la-shows around Saint-Emilion with the handbrake to avoid any risk of fall, the Slovenian won the Tour de France with more than five minutes ahead of his most Near pursuing. A victory to which three steps are added, the jersey of best climber and the best young person. A raging that allows its training, the UAE Team Emirates, to dominate the ranking of the gains on this Tour de France with 624,380 euros accumulated for three weeks, nearly 30% of the gains distributed by ASO. The victory of Tadej Pogacar alone reports no less than 500,000 euros. An amount in place in addition to the 3х 000 euros for the three stage victories, the 25,000 euros devolved to the pea jersey and the 20,000 white jersey reserved. 11,650 euros for Qhubeka ASOS ... Thanks to the second place to the general of Jonas Vingegaard and the four stage wout offered by Wout Van Aert and Sepp Kuss, the Jumbo-Visma training ranks second in the ranking with 355 470 euros, in front of the Bahrain Victorious which displays 169,000 euros of earnings, thanks thanks to the three matej Mohoric and Dylan Teuns stage victories and its victory in the general classification. Thanks in particular to the five stage wins signed by Mark Cavendish and Julian Alaphilippe, the Deceuninck Quick-Step follows at the foot of the podium. In the French teams, Ag2r Citroën is the best ranked with 120 830 euros of earnings, largely thanks to Ben O'Connor, winner winner in Tignes and Fourth of General. Note that Qhubeka Asos closes the ranking with only 11,650 euros of winnings. Note that the tradition is that the riders share the racing gains with their teammates and their supervision, the riders being employees of the teams and therefore more dependent on race premiums to live. Full Gains Ranking: UAE 619 580 Euros 2. Jumbo 359 520 3. Bahrain 170 310 4. DeCeanCK 149 690 5. INEOS 134 590 6. AG2R CITROËN121 230 7. Bora 109 370 8. Alcin 81 180 9. EF Education 69 610 10. TREK 62 390 11. MOVISTAR 50 140 12. BikeExchange 44 610 13. BB Hotels39 190 14. Groupama-FDJ 36 000 15. Astana 35 420 16. Cofidis 34 390 17. Arkea-samsic 32 430 18. Israel SN 24 870 19. Intermarché 24 230 20. Lotto 23 640 21. TOTALEnergies 21 960 22. DSM 13 450 23. QHUBEKA 11 650
Tour de France: a force signed Politt! .
© Provided by Sports.co.uk Cycling - Tour de France (E12): Politt Unblocks its counter, No change to General Nils Politt Finally rewarded. The 27-year-old German runner who only had a success (on a stage of the turn of Germany in 2018) at the professionals unlocked Thursday his meter in a big turn. The second of the Paris-Roubaix 2019 has indeed imposed on Thursday, on the Tour de France, by winning the 12th stage of this 108th edition, between Saint-Paul-Trois-Castles and Nimes (159.4 km), Sta