Je t’aime Dauphiné!

84th career win! And in what way. Primož leaves the Dauphiné with a good vibe ahead of the upcoming Tour de France, which will be held in three weeks.“Looking back now, the whole week was definitely a bonus. We had a lot of problems. We can certainly be extremely happy with this success with the whole team.”In the last stage, we trembled a little in front of the TV screens, but in the end it turned out in the right direction. The clock stopped at eight seconds ahead for Primož.“If there was a lot of dynamite, I’d probably be the first. Of course, it’s welcome to get information, I was too. It would probably be better to hear if I was gaining time, not losing it. I counted the seconds a bit, but in the end it was enough. ”In the last 300 meters, he sprinted a bit and thus had everything under control. He crossed the finish line 48 seconds behind, which was enough for the overall victory.And as Primož says: “We must be happy, relaxed and look ahead optimistically.”See you at the Tour!