Cancellara's E3 win teaches a hard lesson, says Vaughters

Jonathan Vaughters

Fabian Cancellara's 16-kilometre solo attack to win the E3 Prijs yesterday in Belgium was a hard lesson. His rival teams took note and will likely adjust their racing style ahead of the big one, the Tour of Flanders next Sunday.

"It's a lesson, but sadly the lesson is that you have to play everything negative and against Fabian, it's not a style that any of my guys like to do," said Garmin-Cervélo's general manager, Jonathan Vaughters. "Realistically, you almost have to race just against him, I don't like that racing style, but I don't know."

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